CITN Induction: New Members Pledge to Uphold Tax Excellence


by Olusegun Obisanya

The Chartered Institute of Taxation of Nigeria (CITN) has reaffirmed its dedication to fostering a tax system that promotes ease of doing business, accountability, and prudent utilization of taxpayers’ money.

At the 50th induction ceremony of tax professionals in Lagos, the 16th President and Chairman in Council, Barr. Samuel Agbeluyi, emphasized the institute’s unwavering commitment to advocacy and support for the current government’s objectives.

The institute inducted 650 new tax professionals and charged them to demonstrate commitment and make valuable contributions to the ongoing tax and fiscal reforms in the country. The President lauded President Tinubu’s establishment of the Presidential Committee on Fiscal Policy and Tax Reforms, aimed at achieving sustainable economic growth through effective and efficient taxation.

The Chairman, Membership and Professional Conduct Committee, Dr. Titilayo Fowokan, urged inductees to embrace the institute’s core values of “service, teamwork, excellence, and professionalism” (STEP) and promote professional ethics and efficiency in tax administration and practice.