Recall that the last six editions of the programme has featured top professionals and organisations such as: FIRS boss Babatunde Fowler, Jimi Agbaje, Muiz Banire (SAN), NairaBet's Akin Alabi, UBER, Nestle Nigeria, Feminik Logistics, Kaffy, Funke Akindele, Mai Atafo, Abisoye Fagade, Senator Babafemi Ojudu, Yinka Olugbodi, SeyiLaw, Kingsley Ezeani, Shola Animashaun, Eniola Joshua, Guardian Jobs, Hybrid Group, Delicacies Plus, Lagos Internal Revenue Service
(LIRS) amongst others.
The population comprised 150 staff of Lagos Internal Revenue service
, head office at Alausa and branch office at Ilupeju Lagos, Lagos State.
Banjo noted that the Lagos Internal Revenue Service
(LIRS) generated N84.19 billion in the first quarter of 2018, which accounted for 81 per cent of TIRG and 59 per cent in total revenue compared to N74.55 billion in 2017.
Similarly, the Lagos Internal Revenue Service
(LIRS) Director of Legal Services, Mr Seyi Alade gave his own figures.
Executive Chairman, LIRS, Mr Hamzat Ayodele Subair, in line with global best practice in the use of technology and automated solutions, the Lagos Internal Revenue Service
(LIRS) has introduced recently an Electronic Revenue Assurance (ERA) System for Hotels, Restaurants, Night Clubs and Event Centres in Lagos State to elicit automatic compliance with the extant Hotel Occupancy and Restaurant Consumption Tax Law of Lagos State as amended.
Going back memory lane, the FIRS Chairman recalled that when he was the Lagos Internal Revenue Service
, LIRS Executive Chairman in Lagos, the Oba played an important role in tax collection.