Naomi Gabriel —
During a courtesy visit yesterday to the Ondo State Internal Revenue Services (ODIRS), the Director-General and Chief Executive Officer of National Environmental Standards and Regulations Enforcement Agency (NESREA), Prof Aliyu Jauro, said the agency has sought the collaboration of ODIRS on the National Emission Control Programme.
He said this at the state capital, Akure.
Jauro said that the National Emission Control Programme was aimed at ensuring a cleaner and quality environment for a healthier living.
While commending the ODIRS Chairman, Mr Tolu Adegbie, for his initiatives and concepts in growing the tax sector in the state, and in the overall development of the service, the NESREA boss said it was imperative for the two agencies to partner, in the interest of the nation and the citizens.
He further appreciated the management of ODIRS for granting the request for the visit, and expressed high hopes on the outcome of the programme.
“This programme is aimed at ensuring a cleaner and quality environment that will ensure heathier living of the citizens and all staying in the country”, he noted.