The Federal Capital Territory's Internal Revenue Service, has reminded Abuja based socialite, Aisha Achimugu to fulfill her tax obligations. FCT-IRS
The Federal Capital Territory’s Internal Revenue Service, has reminded Abuja based socialite, Aisha Achimugu to fulfill her tax obligations.
FCT-IRS posted on its social media X handle that it wished the socialite warmest birthday as she lavishly celebrated her 50th birthday setting the Caribbean state of Grenada agog in a seven-day bash.
Achimugu is the founder and managing director of Abuja-based Felak Concept Group. She turned 50 on Jan. 22.
“The FCT-Internal Revenue Service extends our warmest birthday wishes to you!
“May this special day be filled with joy and blessing. Remember to fulfil your tax obligations by filing your annual tax returns.’’ FCT-IRS posted.
Last week, Achimugu, who turned 50 on January 22, hosted a seven-day celebration in the small island country of Grenada.
The events saw guests alternate between Calivigny Island and Silversand, an exotic five-year-old seven-star luxury resort located at Grand Anse Beach which costs about $132,000 per night.
Governor Babajide Sanwo Olu of Lagos State, alongside Nollywood veteran actor, Richard Mofe Damijo and her fellow socialite, Terry Waya, were among the guests who attended the events which kicked off on January 16.
Achimugu while reacting to the fuss created by the party, had said in a statement that she does not give a hoot.
“I really don’t give a hoot. I’m doing me; I’ve always done me, a happy soul, doing what makes me happy,” she had said.
Meanwhile, the birthday celebrations continued on Friday January 26 at the Transcorp Hotel, Abuja and another one on Saturday at an undisclosed location.
Achimugu holds a Bachelor’s degree in Accounting from the University of Jos. She also holds an honorary degree of The Commonwealth University, Belize, also in the Caribbean.
She married late Engineer Sulaiman Achimugu, a former Managing Director of the Pipelines and Products Marketing Company who lost his life to Coronavirus in 2020.