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Rödl & Partner is an international company providing integrated professional services in the areas of audit, legal, tax, financial accounting, payroll and business advisory. With 106 offices in 49 countries, we are wherever our customers recognize the potential for economic engagement, offering them advice and assistance. In West Africa, we work through our offices in Nigeria (Lagos, Port Harcourt, Abuja and Ibadan) and Ghana (Accra).

German standards, which are integral part of our organization means that we attach great importance to quality and integrity. This combined with the qualified staff makes our auditing, tax, advisory and accounting services appreciated by international business leaders and entrepreneurs.

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The Press Centre is a place where you can find press information on the services as well as activities of Rödl & Partner in Nigeria and worldwide. This is also a resource base of press releases and commentaries on Rödl & Partner published in media. The Press Centre provides you also with the possibility to download photos, view videos and webcasts that involve WFO Roedl & Partner or any of its partners, directors, managers and associates.


Channels Television Interview: The Economic Agenda for the President

On the 29 of May 2015 on a Channels Television Live broadcast interview, Oluwole Oluyemi, a chartered accountant, was part of an interview session on “The economic agenda for the President- Focus on the task ahead” where he discussed key tasks ahead for the newly elected president Muhammad Buhari.

Several issues on corruption were discussed during this session. Please watch the video with the link below:


Siverbird Television Interview: Taxation of Religious Organisations

The question of whether or not religious organizations should be taxed has always been one for a good argument although the level of sensitivity involved cannot be overemphasized.

The common major reason in favour of taxing churches and mosques was that since a lot of pastors make sizeable profits out of running churches, they should also pay taxes. This emitted from the ostentatious lifestyles of leaders of various churches and their general overseers who are now more interested in advertising their establishments as brands, making profit and enriching themselves than in promoting religious values to the masses. Most times there is a huge financial gap between the churchgoers and pastors of those churches.

Emphasis has also been made on the use of donations of the congregations in building private schools and universities with high tuition fees that is not easily affordable for the average member of those religious organizations.

Our director, W.F. Oluyemi, was part of an interview session on Silverbird Television on ‘‘Taxation of Religious Organizations”. Below is a video clip of what he and other stakeholders has to say on the issue.


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