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AKSG Migrates To E-Receipting

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Akwa Ibom State Government has reinstated its commitment to reposition the state’s service delivery mechanisms in its industrialization drive, maintaining that the need became “inevitable and necessary as the state is strictly repositioning its services to serve the people better.”
Information at our disposal from the State Internal Revenue Service has it that “from March 1, 2016, all Ministries, Departments, Agencies and indeed every Parastatal of State, directly linked to generating revenue and or, collecting payments on behalf of the state, will go electronically in its statutory transactions to the public.”
According to our source, digitalizing its services will abolish handwritten receipting and other manual undertakings.
“Digitalizing our services in every sphere means that handwritten receipting will henceforth be officially abolished; and such other manual undertakings entirely replaced with fully automated services.”
“Here, efficiency will be enhanced. Time will be saved; and prompt delivery guaranteed. Losses to government will be averted. Productivity will be boosted and service capacity increased.”
The state government also said “you will no longer be shortchanged for any services paid for; as the means is easy, accountable and reliable; and your prompt receipting made instant at the point of service delivery.”
In the spirit of DAkkada, it urged residents and all those doing business with state government to “be alert, adjust and comply with the new state policy. Protect government revenue, insist on your e-receipt,” adding that it was everybody’s right.

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