Thursday, March 25,
2021 / 11:43 AM / by NIPC / Header Image Credit: Eographics
Joint Committee of staff of Nigerian Investment Promotion Commission
(NIPC) and Federal Inland Revenue Service (FIRS) on Pioneer Status Incentive
(PSI) was inaugurated on Friday, 5 March 2021 at the NIPC Head Office, Abuja.
Committee was set up to review the current guidelines for administration of the
PSI, validate the cost of the incentive to Nigeria and recommend changes to the
qualification and administration.
NIPC's Executive Secretary/CEO, Ms. Yewande Sadiku stated that the Commission
understands the responsibility it shoulders in relation to administering the
PSI and exercises great diligence in processing applications.
his part, the Executive Chairman, FIRS, Mr. Muhammad Nami encouraged members of
the Committee to invest their energy into the exercise as it is a means to
assist government to achieve an enabling business environment, bearing in mind
the responsibility of government to fund budgetary needs.
Joint Committee is expected to complete its assignment within 3 months.
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