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Re: 7.5% VAT On Phone CALLS, SMS - FIRS Incharge - Pantami by Emmanuelhector(m): 6:16pm On Feb 06
The Vat is for we PDP supports not for APC's... Zombies.. we all die here

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Re: 7.5% VAT On Phone CALLS, SMS - FIRS Incharge - Pantami by 2eggs1goal: 6:17pm On Feb 06
Last last the poor are the ones to suffer it..
Re: 7.5% VAT On Phone CALLS, SMS - FIRS Incharge - Pantami by kachi08(m): 6:17pm On Feb 06
I noticed the 7.5 vat deduction after making call, then I decided to call MTN and they confirmed that every one minute call attracts 21kobo deduction for Vat. Just imagining how much federal government will be making on a daily basis. The worst part of it that the whole money will not be remitted to fed govt account at the of the day.

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Re: 7.5% VAT On Phone CALLS, SMS - FIRS Incharge - Pantami by ruffDiamond: 6:19pm On Feb 06
me ,I won't pay nada for any QUOTA system beneficiary bastard in government.if u like carry me nack for ground gbii!shishi no go comot ..I cannot be feeding Illiterate animal whose only stock in trade is violence thank you m

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Re: 7.5% VAT On Phone CALLS, SMS - FIRS Incharge - Pantami by Uniquekriss(m): 6:20pm On Feb 06
Myde4naija:
bring out the sense and sanity in Ur comment, please.
guy face d truth and shame your father the devil.
Re: 7.5% VAT On Phone CALLS, SMS - FIRS Incharge - Pantami by slivertongue: 6:22pm On Feb 06
Zico5:
The way Buhari is going, he will go down as the worst president ever to rule this country. Single treasury nothing to show, increase in fuel price nothing to show. All the promises go down the drain. No wonder nobody is shouting sai Baba again. Even Tinubu is finding it difficult to speak out these days. Nobody is happy, may God deliver us from these nonentities ruling this country.
he is already the worst

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Re: 7.5% VAT On Phone CALLS, SMS - FIRS Incharge - Pantami by TheTourist: 6:22pm On Feb 06
Country Of Scammers
Re: 7.5% VAT On Phone CALLS, SMS - FIRS Incharge - Pantami by Wiifesnatcher(m): 6:22pm On Feb 06
Commentor:


You mean the government that was borrowing to pay salaries?

Democratic education?

yes Democratic education, it's glaring you understand how Democratic settings works but choose to be blind by party affiliation. if any PDP member decamped to APC, you will still defend them shows how myopic you're politically


you obviously love the situation this country is presently right?


Buhari had not borrow ever since he became president right?


just because you're close to the govt or benefitting from this useless govt doesn't mean other Nigerians have this privilege. if I'm being tax, I'm expected to enjoy the benefit not ignorantly enriching Yusuf to be buying power bike up and down

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Re: 7.5% VAT On Phone CALLS, SMS - FIRS Incharge - Pantami by Obataopue: 6:23pm On Feb 06
Commentor:


You mean the government that was borrowing to pay salaries?

Democratic education?
Re: 7.5% VAT On Phone CALLS, SMS - FIRS Incharge - Pantami by TheTourist: 6:23pm On Feb 06
kachi08:
I noticed the 7.5 vat deduction after making call, then I decided to call MTN and they confirmed that every one minute call attracts 21kobo deduction for Vat. Just imagining how much federal government will be making on a daily basis. The worst part of it that the whole money will not be remitted to fed govt account at the of the day.



Just imagine!! They keep milking us dry
Re: 7.5% VAT On Phone CALLS, SMS - FIRS Incharge - Pantami by Obataopue: 6:25pm On Feb 06
Commentor:


Because unlike what you are exhibiting now, many people are actually rational about how the government is funded.

Re: 7.5% VAT On Phone CALLS, SMS - FIRS Incharge - Pantami by Obataopue: 6:25pm On Feb 06
Commentor:


Go and protest.
Re: 7.5% VAT On Phone CALLS, SMS - FIRS Incharge - Pantami by Kingspin(m): 6:27pm On Feb 06
Fuel up, VAT, electric bill.
This is the only policy that works in Nigeria.

Tell the same government to do the same for roads, ease business, health etc. They will make it look like it impossible to achieve.

The same vat money will be siphoned by those greedy good for nothing leaders

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Re: 7.5% VAT On Phone CALLS, SMS - FIRS Incharge - Pantami by prekumohtim(m): 6:29pm On Feb 06
Buhari don spoil this country finish. Everything is so annoying . No light, Increase VAT even on calls , this country is doomed

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Re: 7.5% VAT On Phone CALLS, SMS - FIRS Incharge - Pantami by Obataopue: 6:32pm On Feb 06
Commentor:


Your average Nigerian generates only 2 thousand dollars a year.

Please tell us why the country should be better than what you get.
Re: 7.5% VAT On Phone CALLS, SMS - FIRS Incharge - Pantami by Commentor: 6:35pm On Feb 06
Wiifesnatcher:


yes Democratic education, it's glaring you understand how Democratic settings works but choose to be blind by party affiliation. if any PDP member decamped to APC, you will still defend them shows how myopic you're politically


you obviously love the situation this country is presently right?


Buhari had not borrow ever since he became president right?


just because you're close to the govt or benefitting from this useless govt doesn't mean other Nigerians have this privilege. if I'm being tax, I'm expected to enjoy the benefit not ignorantly enriching Yusuf to be buying power bike up and down



You are obviously badly educated.

The assumption that someone who has a different opinion from yours on governance must be personally invested the government of the day points to this.

Yusuf, again is a young man and he has a right to indulge in any activity that he so desires provided he isn't breaking the law.

His father is an ex-General, ex-minister, ex-Head-of-state, presently president on a 2nd term yet you expect he should not be able to afford a bike?

The cost of the bike cannot be proven, as nobody as even given the colour of the bike, talkless of the make of the bike for one to consider if it was an ostentatious purchase.

By the way, I'm a well educated, well travelled and well remunerated individual who doesn't need government patronage to make my living.

It would do you well to travel and see how much VAT is paid in other societies.

In the UK, it is as much as 20%.

Nigeria is a poor nation in severe need of infrastructure.

Infrastructure is built from government purse and the government raises money through taxation or borrowing.

Learn to be logical and versed in a topic before making childish contributions which would only make mockery of your glaring limitations.
Re: 7.5% VAT On Phone CALLS, SMS - FIRS Incharge - Pantami by muhammedbilal(m): 6:38pm On Feb 06
Message on WhatsApp 09091604887 for your 5-30 odds. Give it a risk..from 80% tip source
Re: 7.5% VAT On Phone CALLS, SMS - FIRS Incharge - Pantami by Wizikal(m): 6:39pm On Feb 06
Buhari sef don tire for nairallanders comments
Re: 7.5% VAT On Phone CALLS, SMS - FIRS Incharge - Pantami by Julius209: 6:43pm On Feb 06
Buhari administration has failed Nigerians in every areas and we will not hesitate to push them out of power in the next election

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Re: 7.5% VAT On Phone CALLS, SMS - FIRS Incharge - Pantami by Obataopue: 6:43pm On Feb 06
Commentor:


You are obviously badly educated.

The assumption that someone who has a different opinion from yours on governance must be personally invested the government of the day points to this.

Yusuf, again is a young man and he has a right to indulge in any activity that he so desires provided he isn't breaking the law.

His father is an ex-General, ex-minister, ex-Head-of-state, presently president on a 2nd term yet you expect he should not be able to afford a bike?

The cost of the bike cannot be proven, as nobody as even given the colour of the bike, talkless of the make of the bike for one to consider if it was an ostentatious purchase.

By the way, I'm a well educated, well travelled and well remunerated individual who doesn't need government patronage to make my living.

It would do you well to travel and see how much VAT is paid in other societies.

In the UK, it is as much as 20%.

Nigeria is a poor nation in severe need of infrastructure.

Infrastructure is built from government purse and the government raises money through taxation or borrowing.

Learn to be logical and versed in a topic before making childish contributions which would only make mockery of your glaring limitations.
Re: 7.5% VAT On Phone CALLS, SMS - FIRS Incharge - Pantami by gudugudumeje: 6:44pm On Feb 06
No! No! !No!!! People should get ready for a mass protest against this evil policy that makes the poor poorer... Aluta coniiua revoltre.
Re: 7.5% VAT On Phone CALLS, SMS - FIRS Incharge - Pantami by mudiana(m): 6:44pm On Feb 06
Kyase:
Can't remember the last time I call person sef.
Na them sabi
Bros u be ghost?
Re: 7.5% VAT On Phone CALLS, SMS - FIRS Incharge - Pantami by Fourwinds: 6:44pm On Feb 06
Useless government
Re: 7.5% VAT On Phone CALLS, SMS - FIRS Incharge - Pantami by jamesife(m): 6:48pm On Feb 06
How about you keep quite and stay in your land. What's your problem with his opinion?
Myde4naija:
bring out the sense and sanity in Ur comment, please.
Re: 7.5% VAT On Phone CALLS, SMS - FIRS Incharge - Pantami by Julius209: 6:48pm On Feb 06
Commentor:


You are obviously badly educated.

The assumption that someone who has a different opinion from yours on governance must be personally invested the government of the day points to this.

Yusuf, again is a young man and he has a right to indulge in any activity that he so desires provided he isn't breaking the law.

His father is an ex-General, ex-minister, ex-Head-of-state, presently president on a 2nd term yet you expect he should not be able to afford a bike?

The cost of the bike cannot be proven, as nobody as even given the colour of the bike, talkless of the make of the bike for one to consider if it was an ostentatious purchase.

By the way, I'm a well educated, well travelled and well remunerated individual who doesn't need government patronage to make my living.

It would do you well to travel and see how much VAT is paid in other societies.

In the UK, it is as much as 20%.

Nigeria is a poor nation in severe need of infrastructure.

Infrastructure is built from government purse and the government raises money through taxation or borrowing.

Learn to be logical and versed in a topic before making childish contributions which would only make mockery of your glaring limitations.
we all know they pay taxes in western countries but they get value for their taxes. Here reverse is the case
Re: 7.5% VAT On Phone CALLS, SMS - FIRS Incharge - Pantami by Commentor: 6:56pm On Feb 06
Julius209:
we all know they pay taxes in western countries but they get value for their taxes. Here reverse is the case

Which came first?

Taxes or the value?

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Re: 7.5% VAT On Phone CALLS, SMS - FIRS Incharge - Pantami by Obataopue: 6:57pm On Feb 06
Commentor:


Which came first?

Taxes or the value?
Re: 7.5% VAT On Phone CALLS, SMS - FIRS Incharge - Pantami by Wiifesnatcher(m): 6:58pm On Feb 06
Commentor:


You are obviously badly educated.

The assumption that someone who has a different opinion from yours on governance must be personally invested the government of the day points to this.

Yusuf, again is a young man and he has a right to indulge in any activity that he so desires provided he isn't breaking the law.

His father is an ex-General, ex-minister, ex-Head-of-state, presently president on a 2nd term yet you expect he should not be able to afford a bike?

The cost of the bike cannot be proven, as nobody as even given the colour of the bike, talkless of the make of the bike for one to consider if it was an ostentatious purchase.

By the way, I'm a well educated, well travelled and well remunerated individual who doesn't need government patronage to make my living.

It would do you well to travel and see how much VAT is paid in other societies.

In the UK, it is as much as 20%.

Nigeria is a poor nation in severe need of infrastructure.

Infrastructure is built from government purse and the government raises money through taxation or borrowing.

Learn to be logical and versed in a topic before making childish contributions which would only make mockery of your glaring limitations.



you're too slow in reasoning, no wonder you're defending a certificateless idiot who struggle to get his forged waec certificate


what's your measure of comparing Nigeria to a sane country that her citizens enjoy the benefit of their tax? a country her citizens don't worship their leaders? a country that protesters is not seen as enemy of the incumbent govt? a country where critic is not seen as haters?


the revenue your useless govt generate, of what benefit is it to average Nigerians? many Nigeria roads are still death trapped and you've the audacity to be comparing your useless country with a country their youths received salaries and assess to education loan?


what work is Yusuf Buhari doing to afford 50m power bike? someone is father Dont have money to purchase his party presidential form?


yusuf should be your younger brother but here you're defending his incompetent father who robbed Nigerians off their hard earned money with integrity anthem


you need to be rehabilitated asap your psychology trait is dented

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Re: 7.5% VAT On Phone CALLS, SMS - FIRS Incharge - Pantami by Commentor: 7:02pm On Feb 06
Wiifesnatcher:
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you're too slow in reasoning, no wonder you're defending a certificateless idiot who struggle to get his forged waec certificate


what's your measure of comparing Nigeria to a sane country that her citizens enjoy the benefit of their tax? a country her citizens don't worship their leaders? a country that protesters is not seen as enemy of the incumbent govt? a country where critic is not seen as hatred?


the revenue your useless govt generate, of what benefit is it to average Nigerians? many Nigeria roads are still death trapped and you've the audacity to be comparing your useless country with a country their youths received salaries and assess to education loan?


what work is Yusuf Buhari doing to afford 50m power bike? someone is father Dont have money to purchase his party presidential form?


yusuf should be your younger brother but here you're defending his incompetent father who robbed Nigerians off their hard earned money with integrity anthem


you need to be rehabilitated asap your psychology trait is dented

Stop trying to write as if you've had any formal education because it is evident you haven't.

I always ask this critical question, which many of your kind can never answer; if the GDP Per Capita is less than 2 thousand dollars what we the expectations of Nigerians?


I'm sure that question is way beyond your ability to respond to.

I await better educated contributors to make their opinion known.

For you, I expect you to be an onlooker. Attempting to make further contribution would only diminish what is left of any dignity you might have.

Save yourself.
Re: 7.5% VAT On Phone CALLS, SMS - FIRS Incharge - Pantami by Paganizonda: 7:03pm On Feb 06
Zico5:
The way Buhari is going, he will go down as the worst president ever to rule this country. Single treasury nothing to show, increase in fuel price nothing to show. All the promises go down the drain. No wonder nobody is shouting sai Baba again. Even Tinubu is finding it difficult to speak out these days. Nobody is happy, may God deliver us from these nonentities ruling this country.



Hmmmmmm
after some people here will say darling bubu, darling president, Nigeria will rise.���
May the deadly drones that were seized yesterday that was imported by evil people and meant to cause havoc strike all the people supporting this evil Government and their families especially that so called MANNA vulture dead meat seller.
Re: 7.5% VAT On Phone CALLS, SMS - FIRS Incharge - Pantami by RZArecta(m): 7:05pm On Feb 06
Myde4naija:
bring out the sense and sanity in Ur comment, please.
go boil stone if you no understand the comment cool

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