Kano state government on Tuesday constituted an eight – man Taskforce that will follow-up and collect accumulated Land Use Charges in the state.
The aim is to generate additional revenue needed to address development challenges, particularly the provision of essential infrastructure and sustainable social services.
Director General Media and Communications, Government House, Kano Ameen K. Yassar said in a statement that the Taskforce has Alh. Habibu S. Mailemo, Special Adviser to the governor on Revenue as Chairman.
It said other members are Ibrahim Ahmad Karaye, Special Adviser on Land Management, Director Government Business, Kano Internal Revenue Service, representative of Bureau for Land Management and representative of the Nigerian Police.
The statement added that the rest are representative of the Director, Department of State Services, Representative of the Technical Adviser while Hafsat Wali, Deputy Director Legal, Bureau for Land Management will serve as Secretary.
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