By Margaret John
Mr. Edem Edem, the Chief Executive Officer of EiS recyclers, a firm based in Calabar, the Cross River State capital has accused the state government of imposing multiple taxes on scrap industries.
Mr. Edem made the allegations on Sunday while speaking as a guest on the topical issues based program, ‘The Dialogue With Agba Jalingo’ on Hit 95.9 FM which was monitored by CrossRiverWatch where he said that some scrap industries are more of social ventures designed to provide solutions.
He maintained that the multiple levies were detrimental to the growth of these companies which have aided in job creation.
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