Also, considering the growing impact of technology-enabled businesses (startups) in Nigeria, it makes sense for the government to provide them with support, especially those at the early or mid-stage and for budding innovators.
Encouraging signs were seen last year when the Central Bank of Nigeria (CBN) introduced loans for graduates who are software developers to assist them in the development of their products.
In a sweeping change to Nigeria’s taxing regime, in January 2020, President Muhammadu Buhari signed the Finance Act into law a move that will exempt early-stage startups, with revenues of ₦25 million annual revenue from pay taxes.
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During a meeting with the…