Philomena Bloh-Sayeh CNDRA BOSS
CNDRA Chips In To Revenue Coffers, Says Official
By Richard Baysah, Margibi County Correspondent
KAKATA, Feb 23 (LINA) - The Registrar of Deeds and Records of the Center for National Documents and Records Agency (CNDRA) Margibi branch, says his office generated over L$1.5 million in 2013.
In a report submitted to the Economic Transformation Pillar meeting Wednesday, Registrar Gabriel Miller said the amount was collected through the 2 percent tax on the cost of land paid by buyers from various private land owners in Margibi County.
Mr. Miller also revealed that an amount of US$27,109 was collected from marriages registered, according to law, during the year 2013, noting that his office in Kakata was contributing towards the national government's revenue generation process, and not just keeping records,
deeds and other national documents.
Meanwhile, the Margibi Registrar of Deeds and Records is appealing for logistical support, as well as training incentives, to enhance the smooth operation of his office.
He said the job of archiving was very strategic and sensitive, noting that incentives, periodic trainings and logistical support should be provided them, to enhance maximum productivity and efficiency on the job.