YOLA — Adamawa State House of Assembly has granted approval to the executive to review the rates payable on large and small animals as well as grains in Adamawa state.
The approval followed a request letter forwarded to the house by Governor Ahmadu Umaru Fintiri in pursuant to section 128 of the Adamawa state revenue administration law number 12 of 2020 to reviewed the rates for produce inspection and livestock control fees.
The Speaker, Aminu Iya Abbas read the letter on the floor of the house on Monday during the resumed session.
Lawmakers present who contributed, commended the executive arm for coming up with the initiative, saluted the governor for his giant stride in the area of revenue generation and suggested that toll gates be erected across highways in Adamawa to enhance revenue generation for the state.
The Speaker directed the clerk of the house to communicate the resolution to the executive arm for further action, after it was unanimously supported by lawmakers.
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