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FG Orders NIPOST To Desist From Courier License Increment by HappyNigerian: 12:57pm On Jul 25
The Federal Government has rejected the proposed increment of license fee for courier services by the Nigerian Postal Service, NIPOST.

The minister of communication and digital economy, Isa Pantami, in a tweet Saturday morning, insisted that the increase was not part of the regulation he approved for the agency on Friday, July 24.

“Our attention has been drawn to an increase of licence fee, which was not part of the regulation I earlier approved for you,” he stated.

He added that NIPOST chairman and Post Master General “were yesterday (Friday) contacted to put the implementation on hold and send a report to our ministry by Monday.”

NIPOST’s proposed increase as announced, has generated huge outrage in the public.

The new charges introduced by NIPOST are expected to cause an increase in the cost of courier services and delivery goods.

According to NIPOST, companies which provide international courier services like DHL, UPS and FEDEX, are expected to pay N20m for a new licence and N8m annually while those who offer national services are expected to pay N10m for licence and N4m yearly for renewal.

https://www.google.com/amp/s/thenationonlineng.net/breaking-fg-rejects-increase-of-license-fee-for-courier-services/amp/

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Re: FG Orders NIPOST To Desist From Courier License Increment by ThatFairGuy1: 12:58pm On Jul 25
Better. NIPOST should thread carefully

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Re: FG Orders NIPOST To Desist From Courier License Increment by Holiegrail2: 1:07pm On Jul 25
This had better be true.
It is more like NEPA/PHCN charging us for owning generators.

Shey you have already heard about the tenant and landlord 6% tax?

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Re: FG Orders NIPOST To Desist From Courier License Increment by Ahmed0336(m): 1:16pm On Jul 25
Everything just dey increase


Front,back,side,middle, up and down.


Tufiakwa!!!!

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Re: FG Orders NIPOST To Desist From Courier License Increment by chukwuibuipob: 2:43pm On Jul 25
grin confused pipu sad.is Pata nla the minister not in charge/abi he's not part of FG again undecided? Even the ex mad man in Alausa don increased bus transportation in dis Coro.And one useless thieves like FIRS don tell landlords to dey collect STP duty from tenants grin cheesy sad undecided embarassed.









If Una legs nor stand well for Lagos/Abuja,Go back to your village sad

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Re: FG Orders NIPOST To Desist From Courier License Increment by Adedotguy: 2:43pm On Jul 25
Good one and don't go back on your words grin

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Re: FG Orders NIPOST To Desist From Courier License Increment by gasparpisciotta: 2:43pm On Jul 25
Bunch of retards

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Re: FG Orders NIPOST To Desist From Courier License Increment by janedonez(m): 2:43pm On Jul 25
Everyone is looking for survival strategy.
Re: FG Orders NIPOST To Desist From Courier License Increment by fatymore(f): 2:44pm On Jul 25
Wait fess


I don't understand, is it these people doesn't consult the Fg before saying anything. It seems there is no synergy between the Federal Government and Ministry.


I remember during my time as an Exco in school, before informing the students on anything, we would have deliberated it among ourselves, them the office in charge would disseminate it. (I know it quite different) but at least the Fg should be informed before anything.


Anyhow government

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Re: FG Orders NIPOST To Desist From Courier License Increment by obasi101(m): 2:44pm On Jul 25
Nipost and their high prices for ordinary courier..... God no go shame us I pray.
Naija d failed country

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Re: FG Orders NIPOST To Desist From Courier License Increment by tempest01(m): 2:44pm On Jul 25
Them no wan reduce cost of governance and reduce looting. They want to tax Nigerians to death to service their appetite. Enough is enough.

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Re: FG Orders NIPOST To Desist From Courier License Increment by sojayy(m): 2:44pm On Jul 25
Las las naija go better !..... meanwhile@ NIPOST grin grin grin

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Re: FG Orders NIPOST To Desist From Courier License Increment by walkwithgod: 2:44pm On Jul 25
Its hard being a Nigerian living in Nigeria.

Everything is just out to frustrate you !

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Re: FG Orders NIPOST To Desist From Courier License Increment by Roozzaay(m): 2:45pm On Jul 25
Cash out everywhere cry
Re: FG Orders NIPOST To Desist From Courier License Increment by Avatecc: 2:45pm On Jul 25
grin seriousely, this is not a time for this sort of increment.

visit

www.technerian.com
www.avatecc.com

for the latest tech news

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Re: FG Orders NIPOST To Desist From Courier License Increment by Arexit: 2:45pm On Jul 25
next FIRS

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Re: FG Orders NIPOST To Desist From Courier License Increment by temptnow: 2:45pm On Jul 25
Imagine my caretaker in Abuja telling me that my tenament rate is ₦65,000 which is for federal government. Meanwhile my house rent is ₦650,000. I don't understand what we've gotten ourselves into in this country.

In same country people just pack tax money in Ghana must go bag and disappear with impunity

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Re: FG Orders NIPOST To Desist From Courier License Increment by Sofistcatdmoron: 2:45pm On Jul 25
grin
Re: FG Orders NIPOST To Desist From Courier License Increment by supereagle(m): 2:45pm On Jul 25
God bless Buhari.
Re: FG Orders NIPOST To Desist From Courier License Increment by Emu4life(m): 2:45pm On Jul 25
Good. They are just copying sane countries in taxing citizens to death while tactically ignoring the methods these countries put in place to better their citizens. Shame on Nigerian Leaders Past and Present.

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Re: FG Orders NIPOST To Desist From Courier License Increment by gurunlocker: 2:46pm On Jul 25
Who's the FG?
Re: FG Orders NIPOST To Desist From Courier License Increment by hecha38(m): 2:46pm On Jul 25
Ok
Re: FG Orders NIPOST To Desist From Courier License Increment by ecolime(m): 2:46pm On Jul 25
What of the 6% rental stamp duty FIRS is seeking to impose on us?

Unfortunate set of people.

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Re: FG Orders NIPOST To Desist From Courier License Increment by OkhaiAsein(m): 2:46pm On Jul 25
nah Dem Sabi
.

meanwhile I'll. design a brand new logo for your business for 3k
Re: FG Orders NIPOST To Desist From Courier License Increment by hurryup123(f): 2:47pm On Jul 25
NIPOST staffs always tampering with customers' parcels.........useless agency

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Re: FG Orders NIPOST To Desist From Courier License Increment by CsRockefeller(m): 2:48pm On Jul 25
There is a reason why GEJ appointed NOI as not just d Minister of Finance but Coordinating Minister of the Economy.

Pls what's the Economic plan of this administration and who is in charge of coordinating it across all boards?

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Re: FG Orders NIPOST To Desist From Courier License Increment by Nobody: 2:48pm On Jul 25
Good move lipsrsealed
Re: FG Orders NIPOST To Desist From Courier License Increment by FuckThaMod: 2:48pm On Jul 25
Good, stupid nipost that don't even have standard offices across the nation

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