The Minister Delegate in charge of Budget, Ludovic Ngatsé visited the modern construction sites of Mini Tax Hotels on Tuesday 12th January 2021 in Brazzaville.
The Ministry of Finance and Budget has undertaken the construction of the Mini-Tax Hotel in several localities in Congo since December 2020. The main beneficiary of these works which will last 4 to 5 months is the General Directorate of Taxes and Domains (DGID).
"In his address to the Nation, delivered in December 2020 before the parliament meeting in congress, the Head of State, Denis Sassou-N'Guesso prescribed to accelerate the pace of modernisation of tax services. It is a question of setting up collection points in the main tax centres which are made through the bank," explained the Minister Delegate.
From Makélékélé in the 1st district, to M'Filou in the 7th through Talangaï 6th district, the workers of the companies selected for the construction of these works are on foot to accelerate the work.
The Chinese company BRCC is carrying out the construction of the Tax Office in Makélékélé, which will house a two-storey building, i.e. R+2.
In M'Filou, the building that will house the tax office is a one-storey building, i.e. R+1, the work on which is being carried out by the company Bati Christ Construction (BCC).
At Talangaï, it is a two-storey building, i.e. R+2. The work is carried out by the company Général des travaux et aménagement (GTA).
"We will put a banking service on each site so that from now on taxpayers will pay their taxes directly to the bank. So there will be the Treasury, the tax base services, both for current tax and for real estate and stamp registrations", said Ludovic Ngatsé.
All of this work will be carried out within the required timeframe, we were reassured by the managers of the companies in charge of the construction of these works.
It should be noted that outside Brazzaville, Mini Tax Hotels are under construction in Ouesso, Oyo, Pointe-Noire, Dolisie, Nkayi and Sibiti.
The Press Office of the Ministry of Finance