The Nigerian Federal Inland Revenue Service was created in 1943, when it was carved out of the erstwhile Inland Revenue Department that covered what was then the Anglo-phone West Africa during the colonial era.
In February 1988, the Federal Government created the Federal Road Safety Commission through Decree No. 45 of the 1988 as amended by Decree 35 of 1992 referred to in the statute books as the FRSC Act cap 141 Laws of the Federation of Nigeria (LFN).
The Revenue Mobilization Allocation and Fiscal Commission has called for multi-stakeholder collaboration in promoting investment in all critical sectors of the Nigerian economy so as to fast track the attainment of national development objectives such as Vision 20-2020 and the Transformation Agenda of the present …
Our vision is to build a first class Capital City and Territory comparable to the best Capital Cities and Territories in the world.
The Federal Ministry of Finance owes its origin in part, to the Finance (Control & Management) Act, The enactment of this Act created the ministry as a replacement for the then Finance Department and conferred on it the responsibility for the control and management of Public Finances of the Federation.