Prof Chukwuma Soludo has given all transporters operating in Anambra State a one month ultimatum to do Biometrics Registration. In a statement released to the public and signed by Sylvia -Tochukwu Ngige-Deputy Director/Head, Taxpayer Education and Enlightenment, Keke and Buses were directed to do Biometrics Registration. The full statement reads ” The Anambra State Internal Revenue Service AiRS, wishes to inform all Stakeholders and Operations on Transportation in Anambra State comprising of Buses including Shuttle Buses, Try-Cycle otherwise known as Keke, Trucks including Mini-Trucks, Tippers, Lorries, Taxis, Market Chairman, etc. that there will be Biometrics Enumeration and Registration excersice in Anambra State commencing from Thursdays, June 2, 2022.
The biometrics enumeration and exercise will take place at Designated ports to be communicated through the union exceutives accordingly. All the Stakeholders on Transportation are by this announcement mandated to comply within four weeks from June 2, 2022. Failure to comply attracts impoundment.
This exercise is in line with Governor Charles Soludo’s vision to nip the recent security challenges of the State in the bud”