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Timi Olagunju
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Can the Nigerian Corporate Affairs Commission Tax Content Creators?

In the evolving digital landscape of Nigeria, a recent statement by the Registrar General of the Corporate Affairs Commission (CAC), Hussaini Magaji, has sparked a significant conversation about the regulatory framework governing content creators and their tax obligations.
influence these matters significantly.

The council consists of a diverse group of stakeholders, including representatives from federal ministries such as Finance, Digital Economy, and Education, as well as members from the private sector, academia, and the startup ecosystem.

This composition ensures a holistic approach to digital innovation and entrepreneurship, enabling the council to provide comprehensive guidance and support on regulatory issues that impact digital content creators and the broader tech community.

The NCDIE’s involvement is crucial in ensuring that regulations like those proposed by the CAC and tax considerations by the FIRS are pro-innovation and align with the overarching goals of fostering a supportive environment for digital innovation and entrepreneurship in Nigeria. The NCDIE must wake up the sleeping giant in her!

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  1. Fuck Nooooooo! Absolutely No! I do not care for the logic. It's just a fuck no no no and more no. 1. What responsibility or obligation is the country giving to content creators to warrant this call of taxation? 2. What provision of cause to effective such obligations from content creators 3. Just fuRead more

    Fuck Nooooooo!
    Absolutely No!
    I do not care for the logic. It’s just a fuck no no no and more no.

    1. What responsibility or obligation is the country giving to content creators to warrant this call of taxation?

    2. What provision of cause to effective such obligations from content creators

    3. Just fuck no period.

    Yes, I am emotional about this cause this is government wanting to reap where is never sowed. So they should bloody fuck off and let Nigerians creating their basic needs to build wealth breathe.

    Wait… 🖕🖕🖕🖕

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  1. Actually, when I heard about it, the first thing that cross my mind was they are just looking for means of making money into the government pocket. Also maybe they want to reduce the number of people that do those things because I have not seen any good reasons to collect tax from them. Besides is nRead more

    Actually, when I heard about it, the first thing that cross my mind was they are just looking for means of making money into the government pocket. Also maybe they want to reduce the number of people that do those things because I have not seen any good reasons to collect tax from them. Besides is not affecting the environment.

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  2. This battle between content creators and regulators is sad to watch considering the amount of effort it takes one to create content. The digital economy is also alive and contributing a huge amount of revenue for individuals and governments alike. A meeting between the key stakeholders can solve thiRead more

    This battle between content creators and regulators is sad to watch considering the amount of effort it takes one to create content. The digital economy is also alive and contributing a huge amount of revenue for individuals and governments alike.

    A meeting between the key stakeholders can solve this issue and provide a solution which favours all parties involves and considers the betterment of the creative industry in general. Why they haven’t done this yet, I don’t know.

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