This is to inform all members that pursuant to the provisions of Schedule 1, Paragraph 5 of the Institute’s Act No. 76 of 1992 relating to the conduct of elections into Council, four (4) seats would become vacant. The following members of Council will retire at the 2024 Annual General Meeting scheduled to hold on Wednesday, June 5, 2024, and the four (4) are eligible for re-election in accordance with Section 1, Paragraph 5 of the First Schedule to the CITN Act.

The retiring Members are:

  • Olurotimi Ishola AKINGBADE, FCTI
  • Monday Emeke NWABUZOR, FCTI
  • Justina Adaku OKOROR (Mrs.), FCTI
  • Adeyemi Sheriff SANNI, FCTI


    All intending contestants should acquaint themselves with the following election parameters:

    1. 1. Intending contestants should be loyal, dedicated and committed members who can add value to the goals and objectives of the Institute.
      • 2. An aspirant shall be an active member of any of the Institute’s District Societies. An attestation letter from the Chairman of the District Society shall be uploaded on the platform.
      • 3. Letters of attestation from two active and financially up-to-date sponsors for confirmation that candidate is fit and proper for election should be uploaded as appropriate in the form.
      • 4. A member seeking election to Council shall have attained a minimum of 35 credit units per annum which must have been accumulated over 3 immediate past years to make up a total of 105 credit hours.
      • 5. He/She shall have attended one (1) MPTP per year for three years preceding the year of election.
      • 6. Payment of dues, levies and subscription must be made on or before March 31, of the current year as pre-condition for being a financial member of the Institute. It is however incumbent on institutional member payers to ensure payment is made on or before the 31st of March.
      • 7. Payment of subscription shall be made by the Contestants on an annual basis and not cumulatively, and must have been consistent for a period of not less than 5 years.
      • 8. Sponsors will also be required to be in good financial standing i.e must not be indebted to the Institute as at March 31, 2024.
      • 9. As a professional Institute championing tax compliance and accountability, candidates are required to attach the preceding year's Personal Income tax clearance certificate “TCC” (TCC that expired in December 2023).
      • 10. An aspirant to Council should not have been found guilty of any financial crime or liable for professional misconduct or be financially bankrupt.
      • 11. An aspirant shall not have violated the Institute’s Code of Conduct.
      • 12. As a professional Institute, all forms of electioneering campaigns are discouraged.


    NOTE: .

    - Only financial members are eligible to vote, be voted for, or sponsor candidates for election.

    - Nomination for Council election should be completed online.

    - Submission of completed nomination form for 2024 Council election will close 5pm on Friday April 12, 2024.

    Yours faithfully,

    Chartered Institute of Taxation of Nigeria

    Afolake Olawumi Oso, FCTI

    Acting Registrar/Chief Executive