The Ogun State Government has enjoined residents to adhere to the recent guidelines on the Land Use and Amenities Charge (LUAC), insisting that a task force has been empowered to commence enforcement on commercial and industrial properties in the state.
The government equally urged residents to explore the use of Remita and Xpressway online platforms to pay relevant charges to avoid sealing of property.
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The Commissioner for Finance in the state, Mr Dapo Okubadejo, who disclosed in his office in Abeokuta, said actions would be taken against property owners who fail to pay their land use and amenities charge.
The LUAC task force, he said, has the mandate to commence enforcement while defaulters’ properties would be sealed, stressing that the task force would focus on LUAC defaulters from the previous years.
Okubadejo explained that LUAC bills are distributed to generate revenue and help the government in providing the amenities that will make life easier for individuals and make businesses thrive.