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HURIWA warns against killing Anambra residents with taxes.

The Human Rights Writers Association of Nigeria (HURIWA) has expressed concern that Chukwuma Soludo’s “taxation regime” in Anambra State is making life intolerable and driving more people in the State into poverty.

HURIWA asserts that Soludo’s ‘utopian’ outlook and programs are inapplicable to the people of Anambra.

 

The South-East State’s residents are being further pushed into poverty by Governor Soludo’s taxation policies, according to a statement from HURIWA’s National Coordinator, Comrade Emmanuel Onwubiko.

 

The organization urged Soludo to abandon radical policies like to those of the Central Bank, claiming that they are unworkable for the residents of Anambra State.

 

HURIWA observed that the previous CBN governor had imposed different types of levies on the underprivileged in Anambra after his appointment on March 17, 2022.

Onwubiko of HURIWA said,

 

“Governor Soludo’s strategy is extremely regrettable because he primarily targeted the poor with his regime of intolerable taxes rather than the wealthy who have mastered the art and act of evading taxes in the hundreds of millions of naira.

 

“The governor’s high taxes on the poor are unreasonable and unnatural, like muting a bull while it treads out the grain.

 

Now, it’s been reported that some tricycle drivers have turned into ‘part-time’ armed robbers who target unsuspecting members of the public, possibly in an absurd effort to stay in business by paying the outrageous taxes they must to Governor Soludo’s obnoxious tax collectors.

 

“Anambra is not Lagos, as mistakenly compared by Governor Soludo during his recent budget presentation, with a projected Internally Generated Revenue (IGR) of N1.1tn in 2023 and an estimated population of about 5,084,195 and a Gross Domestic Product of about N5.5tn.

 

“Governor Soludo’s desperation recently came to light when he demanded that Anambra residents who work and live in other States send their taxes to the State government.

 

“Governor Soludo should quit comparing Anambra to Lagos to explain his desperate desire to tax the poor to death; instead, he should concentrate on the really wealthy and typical people who are not subject to taxes.”

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