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Re: Why Is Borno State Not Paying VAT? (Photos) by garfield1: 12:26pm On Sep 20
Agboriotejoye:

Your arrival to twist the facts of the matter to the benefit of your slaveholders and detriment of your people.
Harriet Tubman would be ashamed right now

Before 6,I'll get a fastfood receipt from calabar for your viewing pleasure.am at work right now
Re: Why Is Borno State Not Paying VAT? (Photos) by Agboriotejoye(m): 12:29pm On Sep 20
garfield1:


Before 6,I'll get a fastfood receipt from calabar for your viewing pleasure.am at work right now
Thank God you have a job. I'll be waiting
Re: Why Is Borno State Not Paying VAT? (Photos) by freegaza(m): 1:27pm On Sep 20
Agboriotejoye:


Maybe because you have nothing sensible to say.
The op brought receipt from an eatery in Borno where vat collection was not done. You brought the exact same receipt which solidified the op's position then turn round to make an empty boast of an ability to produce receipts of all restaurants in Borno.
May I ask if the topic of discussion is what eatery you ate at or how many restaurants you know in bokoland, or that Rivers complies fully with vat collection while your parasitic boko enclave does not?
The logical summation is that you're a fool sir

Not so fool and dumb to think that eating in a restaurant is a "life time achievement"
Re: Why Is Borno State Not Paying VAT? (Photos) by Agboriotejoye(m): 2:22pm On Sep 20
freegaza:


Not so fool and dumb to think that eating in a restaurant is a "life time achievement"

I'm not impressed. Your foolishness is not inconspicuous
Re: Why Is Borno State Not Paying VAT? (Photos) by tolguy(m): 4:04pm On Sep 20
nezer83:


You are an IDIOT not to know that foodstuffs are not sold in a restaurant.
Aboki.
take it easy illiterate nyamiri, all kinds of food and medicines are exempted from vat, scamming is in your blood keep scamming yourselves in the name of vat
Re: Why Is Borno State Not Paying VAT? (Photos) by Trimjos: 6:42pm On Sep 20
tolguy:
take it easy illiterate nyamiri, all kinds of food and medicines are exempted from vat, scamming is in your blood keep scamming yourselves in the name of vat

Zombie. Cooked food sold in restaurants and hotels are not exempted from vat. Only food stuffs are.
Re: Why Is Borno State Not Paying VAT? (Photos) by garfield1: 7:37pm On Sep 20
Agboriotejoye:

Thank God you have a job. I'll be waiting

Spar is the biggest in calabar

Re: Why Is Borno State Not Paying VAT? (Photos) by Agboriotejoye(m): 8:06pm On Sep 20
garfield1:


Spar is the biggest in calabar

Mtcheew. You're not serious. So you actually think SPAR will not pay VAT?

Do you realize SPAR is in different locations in Nigeria? Or you think only your calabar has SPAR?
Re: Why Is Borno State Not Paying VAT? (Photos) by garfield1: 8:26pm On Sep 20
Agboriotejoye:


Mtcheew. You're not serious. So you actually think SPAR will not pay VAT?

Do you realize SPAR is in different locations in Nigeria? Or you think only your calabar has SPAR?

I can bring the receipts of several other eateries and you won't see VAT there.my point is that non-indication of VAT in receipts does not mean that they dont pay VAT

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Re: Why Is Borno State Not Paying VAT? (Photos) by Agboriotejoye(m): 9:21pm On Sep 20
garfield1:


I can bring the receipts of several other eateries and you won't see VAT there.my point is that non-indication of VAT in receipts does not mean that they dont pay VAT

That receipt has two prices, one with vat (1500) and the other the normal price (1482).
Re: Why Is Borno State Not Paying VAT? (Photos) by tolguy(m): 11:07pm On Sep 20
Trimjos:


Zombie. Cooked food sold in restaurants and hotels are not exempted from vat. Only food stuffs are.
Restaurant owners are extorting fools like you in the name of vat
Re: Why Is Borno State Not Paying VAT? (Photos) by Trimjos: 11:09pm On Sep 20
tolguy:
Restaurant owners are extorting fools like you in the name of vat

It's obvious you are a cow. I am not here to argue with a cow. Thought u even have sense sef
Re: Why Is Borno State Not Paying VAT? (Photos) by tolguy(m): 11:17pm On Sep 20
Trimjos:


It's obvious you are a cow. I am not here to argue with a cow. Thought u even have sense sef
baby factory product mtchwww
Re: Why Is Borno State Not Paying VAT? (Photos) by garfield1: 11:18pm On Sep 20
Agboriotejoye:


That receipt has two prices, one with vat (1500) and the other the normal price (1482).

You need to know when to give up na.this is a public forum and you need to be careful with your statements... VAT is 7.5% and 7.5% of 1482 is 18 and will equals 1500 in your own calculation? According to the op,the normal price of what he purchased as stated in the receipt was 2,325 and 7.5% of that is 174.5 which Jack's up the price to 2500 or so..if the normal price of what I bought is 1482,7.5% of that figure is about 105 which means the total price will be 1,593 not 1500 sir.once again,you are wrong just like the op cheesy

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Re: Why Is Borno State Not Paying VAT? (Photos) by Trimjos: 11:19pm On Sep 20
tolguy:
baby factory product mtchwww

Re: Why Is Borno State Not Paying VAT? (Photos) by Agboriotejoye(m): 6:18am On Sep 21
garfield1:


You need to know when to give up na.this is a public forum and you need to be careful with your statements... VAT is 7.5% and 7.5% of 1482 is 18 and will equals 1500 in your own calculation? According to the op,the normal price of what he purchased as stated in the receipt was 2,325 and 7.5% of that is 174.5 which Jack's up the price to 2500 or so..if the normal price of what I bought is 1482,7.5% of that figure is about 105 which means the total price will be 1,593 not 1500 sir.once again,you are wrong just like the op cheesy
Ok. So why do you have two prices on your receipt?
Has it occurred to you that there might be a discount on your purchase?
Find out why you have two prices on your receipt.
Every average Joe will see you have two prices on that receipt.
Re: Why Is Borno State Not Paying VAT? (Photos) by garfield1: 7:10am On Sep 21
Agboriotejoye:

Ok. So why do you have two prices on your receipt?
Has it occurred to you that there might be a discount on your purchase?
Find out why you have two prices on your receipt.
Every average Joe will see you have two prices on that receipt.

Is discount vat? You are very funny.you have nothing else to say.the fact is clear,18 naira is not vat which is 7.5%...,by the way 18 naira is for the plate itself minus the food itself
Re: Why Is Borno State Not Paying VAT? (Photos) by Agboriotejoye(m): 9:02am On Sep 21
garfield1:


Is discount vat? You are very funny.you have nothing else to say.the fact is clear,18 naira is not vat which is 7.5%...,by the way 18 naira is for the plate itself minus the food itself

Understand what i'm saying? There are two prices on your receipt which are unaccounted for. Maybe you should visit SPAR today and ask them for the reason you paid 1500 when there is a 1482 tag there. It's obvious your VAT is lying somewhere in-between the 1482 and 1500. Even you can't explain the reason for the difference. But commonsense should tell you without being told that SPAR will definitely be paying VAT. So it's safe to assume there's a discount on what you bought which led to the 1500 total price. I believe I have broken it down in the lowest possible manner. Hope you're able to grab now.

And it's even very funny and shallow to say the plate is N18. I've never heard of that crap before. But I'm not surprised it can be coming from you though
Re: Why Is Borno State Not Paying VAT? (Photos) by garfield1: 9:18am On Sep 21
Agboriotejoye:


Understand what i'm saying? There are two prices on your receipt which are unaccounted for. Maybe you should visit SPAR today and ask them for the reason you paid 1500 when there is a 1482 tag there. It's obvious your VAT is lying somewhere in-between the 1482 and 1500. Even you can't explain the reason for the difference. But commonsense should tell you without being told that SPAR will definitely be paying VAT. So it's safe to assume there's a discount on what you bought which led to the 1500 total price. I believe I have broken it down in the lowest possible manner. Hope you're able to grab now.

And it's even very funny and shallow to say the plate is N18. I've never heard of that crap before. But I'm not surprised it can be coming from you though

Oga,stop embarrassing yourself publicly.if you had applied commonsense,you won't be fumbling as usual.even a kid knows that you cannot use receipts to determine payment of VAT.the dumb op try pass you self
Re: Why Is Borno State Not Paying VAT? (Photos) by Agboriotejoye(m): 9:59am On Sep 21
garfield1:


Oga,stop embarrassing yourself publicly.if you had applied commonsense,you won't be fumbling as usual.even a kid knows that you cannot use receipts to determine payment of VAT.the dumb op try pass you self

You can use receipts to determine payment of VAT. You are the dumbo who does not understand that. While you can claim that VAT not being written does not mean it is not paid, which will also be debatable, you should also note that it is the customer that pays VAT and should reflect that he has truly paid it for his purchase. That is common sense that you should try to apply in all things.
Re: Why Is Borno State Not Paying VAT? (Photos) by djevino(m): 10:05am On Sep 21
Warriboy901:
I thought borno was an independent country by the iswap government.











Who don deal with this guy before?
Re: Why Is Borno State Not Paying VAT? (Photos) by tamonokare: 10:14am On Sep 21
Lovenorth:
What is this one saying? Why are Ipob lovers hellbent to painting us black? There is no amount of devilish propaganda that can work on us

Shut up if you can't answer the question.
Re: Why Is Borno State Not Paying VAT? (Photos) by Warriboy901: 11:08am On Sep 21
djevino:





Who don deal with this guy before?
Should i quote people to confirm me ?
Re: Why Is Borno State Not Paying VAT? (Photos) by djevino(m): 7:34am On Sep 22
Warriboy901:
Should i quote people to confirm me ?


Okay boss . U dey whatsapp?
Re: Why Is Borno State Not Paying VAT? (Photos) by creamyanne: 9:59am On Sep 22
Trumann:


Imagine the nonsense a supposed graduate is saying. You should be castrated.
Your level of stupidity can be transmitted from mother to child. It is worse than HIV and Covid.

St^pid thing, here you go.

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Re: Why Is Borno State Not Paying VAT? (Photos) by oyatz(m): 2:29pm On Sep 22
The Port Harcourt Restaurant is defrauding customers in the name of VAT.


Customers aren't supposed to pay VATs on FOODS in Restaurants. However, if they order for imported exotic wines and other non-essential items like Hennessy or Jonny Walker, they will be charged VATs.
Re: Why Is Borno State Not Paying VAT? (Photos) by Warriboy901: 4:33pm On Sep 22
djevino:



Okay boss . U dey whatsapp?
Yes... Give me your WhatsApp number
Re: Why Is Borno State Not Paying VAT? (Photos) by Trumann: 1:57pm On Sep 23
creamyanne:

St^pid thing, here you go.

Daft animal, go and open your thread and counter what the op wrote.
Re: Why Is Borno State Not Paying VAT? (Photos) by djevino(m): 9:23am On Sep 25
Warriboy901:
Yes... Give me your WhatsApp number

I don't share my number here.. give me ur email so I will contact u from there I can share number

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