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Katsina adopts e-payment

By Danjuma Michael, Katsina
08 November 2021   |   1:19 am
Katsina State Internal Revenue Service (KIRS) has begun receiving revenue accruing to government through electronic means.

Katsina State Internal Revenue Service (KIRS) has begun receiving revenue accruing to government through electronic means.

In a statement, yesterday, the Executive Chairman, Mustapha Sirajo, disclosed: “As part of the modernisation project of its service, KIRS is reviewing the process of collection of revenues, taxes and levies due to Katsina.

“In view of the above, the service wishes to inform the general public that it has introduced electronic payment (e-payment) through pay direct platform in all commercial banks and their branches.

“The commercial banks are First Bank, Access Bank, Ecobank, FCMB, Fidelity Bank, GTBank, Keystone Bank, Polaris Bank, Stannic Bank, Sterling Bank, Union Bank, UBA and Zenith Bank.

“The public is, hereby, informed that all cash transactions are hereby stopped effective Monday November 8, 2021.”