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Tax Club Quiz Competition: Six Schools Qualify for Quarterfinals from Kwara Central Senatorial District

The first Quarterfinals of the 4th annual Tax Club Quiz Competition of Kwara Central Senatorial district took place at Cherubim & Seraphim College, Sabo-Oke, Ilorin on the 7th of October, 2019.

The twenty participating schools were grouped into three leagues. At the end, six schools qualified for the semi-finals from Kwara Central Senatorial District.  Ashuara Model Academy and Almustapha Model College, Ilorin emerged winners of the first league with 31 and 22 points respectively. For the second League, Muslim Model Secondary School and Government Girls Day Secondary School, Oko-Erin emerged winners with 37 and 20 points respectively, while Queen Elizabeth School, Ilorin and Sango Senior Secondary School, Kulende with 43 and 20 points respectively emerged winners of the third league. Community Secondary School, Lade and Oke Onigbin Secondary School will be hosting the Kwara North and Kwara South on the 8th and 9th of October, 2019 respectively.

Community Impact Project: KW-IRS Gives Relief Materials

As part of the Directorate to give back to the Society through the Community Impact Programme, the Informal Sector Directorate has taken one from the Service’ E by providing assistant to the children of a taxpayer in Kwara State.

The Informal Directorate, headed by Alhaji Maimunat Amasa, of the Kwara State Internal Revenue Service (KW-IRS) donated educational materials to the children of the Late Mrs Olufumilola Sakirat Olatunji during a condolence visit to the bereaved family.

Mrs Funmilola, before her death, was a trader in the popular Yoruba Road Market located in the city of Ilorin. The late trader was a prompt taxpayer who also helped in mobilizing other traders in the same Yoruba Road Market to pay their tax promptly.

During the condolence visit and while presenting the educational materials and the school fees, the Head of Informal Sector, Alhaja Maimunat Amasa expressed her grief to the family of the deceased. “I know how it feels to lose someone but I pray Almighty Allah will give the family the fortitude to bear the loss”.

Mr Olatunji, the husband of the deceased, appreciated the service for the kind gesture. He explained that his wife was a law-abiding citizen who loved her country, especially her state of resident so dearly.

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