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Stamp Duty Charges Extended To Savings Account by todaynewsreview: 9:29am On Mar 17
The Federal Government has extended the Stamp Duty charges to Savings Account.

In a memo by most of the Banks, the extension commenced February 1, 2020 for cash deposit or transfer above 10,000. Screenshot of one of the memo is attached below.

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Re: Stamp Duty Charges Extended To Savings Account by Jimalicoco(m): 9:30am On Mar 17
Nawaooooo.on savings account. Hmmmmmm everything abt this govt weak me

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Re: Stamp Duty Charges Extended To Savings Account by coolcharm(m): 9:33am On Mar 17
Lol... Nigeria is fukkin broke.

Let the government just come out and admit that there's no money to fund the 2020 budget.

We will understand.


But just like a president that hasn't held a presidential media chat in 6 years.., they don't think we need an explanation.

We only wake up to hear and see things.

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Re: Stamp Duty Charges Extended To Savings Account by sapientia(m): 9:47am On Mar 17

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Re: Stamp Duty Charges Extended To Savings Account by klbakare(m): 10:11am On Mar 17
9ja go better one day sha

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Re: Stamp Duty Charges Extended To Savings Account by todaynewsreview: 12:36pm On Mar 17
Jimalicoco:
Nawaooooo.on savings account. Hmmmmmm everything abt this govt weak me

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Re: Stamp Duty Charges Extended To Savings Account by medTechworld(f): 1:55pm On Mar 17
Hmm, the issues in Nigeria keeps getting worst everyday. May God help this country.

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Re: Stamp Duty Charges Extended To Savings Account by Lovelies1: 1:55pm On Mar 17
Naija hmm

From the previous post on landlord pikin and tenant issue


Please contact Benellen Commercial Agency for a quick measure in order to get you an affordable land so that when you old your talk to your pikin no go be like this

Old--- wubu I go still go but I don try talk to the landlord children make them remember say na me be there papa oldest tenants so at least make them fit do una well, wubu you and tubu go take the parlor as una share while Kubu and fubu go take the room make una try de obedient to the landlord children especially dt one wey too de vex, una go de well after I go

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Re: Stamp Duty Charges Extended To Savings Account by YorubaKinging: 1:55pm On Mar 17
Anything that you like do
You only have little time
Then the kingdom will be taken from all you wicked children of the fallen angels that lives amongst us
All of our oppressors will be burned in the fire
All your yeyebrities that called themselves super star will have the same fate
We know the stars have fallen and they are here oppressing us with wealth and riches, teaching us all forms of vileness, corrupting us with bad music

Yet they prosper

The judgement is here

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Re: Stamp Duty Charges Extended To Savings Account by Built2last: 1:55pm On Mar 17
We have been told that We have made trillions from stamp duty alone.

Now you have extended it to savings account. where is all these money going to

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Re: Stamp Duty Charges Extended To Savings Account by SpecialAdviser(m): 1:55pm On Mar 17
Nigerians are busy fighting about Oshiomole saga while they are being duped.

How stupid can u be fighting over same thieves stealing you dry?

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Re: Stamp Duty Charges Extended To Savings Account by Bantino: 1:55pm On Mar 17
Which way Nigeria??
Re: Stamp Duty Charges Extended To Savings Account by dionma: 1:56pm On Mar 17
Mad people

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Re: Stamp Duty Charges Extended To Savings Account by Stephendeals: 1:56pm On Mar 17
undecided undecided

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Re: Stamp Duty Charges Extended To Savings Account by fergieboy(m): 1:56pm On Mar 17
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Re: Stamp Duty Charges Extended To Savings Account by dalass(f): 1:56pm On Mar 17
At least FG should give us something to cheer about now grin
Re: Stamp Duty Charges Extended To Savings Account by FuckThaMod: 1:56pm On Mar 17
Do these people have hearts at all??
Do they know the meaning of savings account? angry

The painful thing is that Nigerians will only talk while the polithiefcians keep living large at our expense

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Re: Stamp Duty Charges Extended To Savings Account by KIDfurniture(m): 1:57pm On Mar 17
Finally.. it is here..everybody must be taxed

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Re: Stamp Duty Charges Extended To Savings Account by KarlWhyte: 1:57pm On Mar 17
This Govt and corona virus has so many tins in common! cry

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Re: Stamp Duty Charges Extended To Savings Account by IJOBA2: 1:57pm On Mar 17
AFAMED HELINUES AND DEAD MEAT SELLER WHERE ARE YOU GUYS angry

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Re: Stamp Duty Charges Extended To Savings Account by Millz404(m): 1:57pm On Mar 17
so apart from the one they are embezzling, Government wants to be dipping their infested fingers directly into people's accounts.


click the link on my signature if you run a business

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Re: Stamp Duty Charges Extended To Savings Account by AlphikkaTech: 1:57pm On Mar 17
Due to mismanagement, Nigeria is getting broke. I hope the government makes use of my N50 well because I'm not like other Nigerians, if they Bleep with my money, I'm gonna Bleep them up.

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Re: Stamp Duty Charges Extended To Savings Account by Mzee1Kahuna(m): 1:57pm On Mar 17
PLS can someone enlighten me more on this?

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Re: Stamp Duty Charges Extended To Savings Account by DEROX: 1:57pm On Mar 17
hmmn
Re: Stamp Duty Charges Extended To Savings Account by anonymous1759: 1:57pm On Mar 17
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Re: Stamp Duty Charges Extended To Savings Account by realstars: 1:57pm On Mar 17
We Wher Sold Out In This Land, If Not God We Would Pay For Our Breeding

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Re: Stamp Duty Charges Extended To Savings Account by HAYWHYBAM: 1:58pm On Mar 17
Where are we going in this country?

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Re: Stamp Duty Charges Extended To Savings Account by osuofia2(m): 1:58pm On Mar 17
The dullard go finish this country but i pray oh God that all zombies and the dullard supporters be the major casualty of this senseless maladministration, may hunger and insecurity kee them. may herdsmen kidnap and scatter their farms if at all they have farms till they come out openly and make confessions and apologize to Nigerians

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Re: Stamp Duty Charges Extended To Savings Account by noblealuu: 1:58pm On Mar 17
Where is mannerbbqgrills?


Your lord, saviour and master needs you to come lick his Ebola infested balls and Corona virus sore lips.

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Re: Stamp Duty Charges Extended To Savings Account by Sege2001: 1:58pm On Mar 17
Fraudulent govt

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Re: Stamp Duty Charges Extended To Savings Account by Feemmy(m): 1:58pm On Mar 17
I think we need to SAY NO to this

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