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CITN charges new fellows on ethical conduct 

By Gloria Nwafor
14 December 2021   |   2:41 am
The Chartered Institute of Taxation of Nigeria (CITN) has charged newly-inducted fellows to project the image of the institute positively through ethical conduct and strive for excellence at all times.

The Chartered Institute of Taxation of Nigeria (CITN) has charged newly-inducted fellows to project the image of the institute positively through ethical conduct and strive for excellence at all times.
 
President of CITN, Adesina Adedayo, made the call during the conferment ceremony of the institute’s highest class of membership on deserving and qualified members.

 
While congratulating the new fellows for accomplishing the landmark in their career as tax professionals, the CITN boss said the institute would rely on their wealth of knowledge and experiences towards achieving the goals and objectives of the institute.
 
As tax professionals, he urged them to stay up-to-date on trending taxation issues, adding that the institute and the tax academy organises training, conferences, workshops, seminars and specialised training programmes to enable members to update themselves on new development in the tax system. 
 
He reiterated that the council is not relenting in its efforts in enhancing the value placed on the institute’s certification at various levels of government and the private sector.
 
“As such, we have put up considerable measures, including the introduction of customised self-adhesive stamps for the use of tax practitioners in their interactions with regulatory authorities on behalf of taxpayers as well as on their correspondences,” he said.