Income Board Tax of Appellate To Do More



 Samuel Koroma reports

  The Commissioner of the Income Board Tax of Appellate Commissioners, Prince Bindi informed journalists on the operations of the Commission and their distinct responsibilities to that of the operations of the NRA.

He said when they took over the Commission; there was absolutely nothing to write home about.

Mr Bindi admitted that since its establishment in 2000, the Commission has not been living up to the expectation of the general public. He promised that with regular activities and press meetings, the Commission will step up in the performance of its mandate.