The ceremony for the handing over of instructions between the 9 incoming and outgoing Central Directors of Taxation (out of the 10 appointed by Prime Minister's Decree No. 2020-267 of August 7, 2020) took place on Wednesday, August 19, 2020, at the headquarters of the General Directorate of Taxation and State Property, and at the Large Enterprises Unit, in Brazzaville, under the chairmanship of Hermann Rodney Gouellet, Tax and Customs Adviser to the Minister of Finance and Budget, Calixte Nganongo.
"The Controls Service faces challenges, including the need for competent staff to ensure that the Directorate is able to support the Director General's work. In the context of the ongoing reforms, this Service will be crucial. For it will set the pace internally. It will also be in charge of controlling and monitoring taxpayers, as well as the actions of the various agents in the field," said Hermann Rodney Gouellet, installing the new Director of Controls Service, SayaMoukassa. With regard to the Director of Administrative and Financial Affairs, Marius Jean de Dieu Essongo, the Minister's Advisor recommended the training of agents and the follow-up of their progress files.
For the record, the new Central Directors, all holders of the Tax Inspector's Diploma, introduce themselves as follows: SayaMoukassa, Director of Services Control; Alain Frédéric Kanga, Director of Regulation and Litigation; Edwige Cécile Alodie-Nguimbi, Director of Registration; William Toussaint Niabia, Director of Taxation of Large Enterprises; Edith Clara Ngassakys, Director of Taxation of Small and Medium-Sized Enterprises ; Jean Bruno Balandana, Director of Personal Taxation; Blaise Pascal Makaya, Director of Petroleum Taxation; Frédéric Ngolélé, Director of Studies and Forecasting; Marius Jean de Dieu Essongo, Director of Administrative and Financial Affairs; Séraphin Dion, Director of General Audits and Research.
Councilor Hermann Rodney Gouelleté was assisted by WelcomeAkoualaMatondo, Economic Advisor to the Minister in charge of the Budget, and Ludovic Itoua, Director General of Taxation and State Property.
The Press Office of the Ministry of Finance