FIRS has insisted that civil society organisations (CSOs) and other non-governmental organisations (NGOs) are not exempted from paying VAT.
Specifically, the All-Share Index dipped 57.03 points or 0.15 per cent to close at 38,911.31 from 38,968.34 recorded on Wednesday.
Nigerian media outlets, including Peoples Gazette, have relied heavily on AbokiFX in recent weeks to publish frequent and steep crashing of the naira.
The national currency dipped again at the parallel markets on Thursday.
Governors of states in Southern Nigeria on Thursday acknowledged the power of the states to collect value-added tax.
Aliko Dangote is seeking out more loans to facilitate the completion of his refinery in Lagos.
Lagos state is seeking to be joined in the VAT suit by FIRS but the latter want the court to block the application.
Petrol now sells for between N200 and N220 per litre at the independent marketers’ service stations in Nsukka.
The total volume traded declined by 38.11 per cent with an exchange of 141.41 million shares worth N2.97 billion traded in 3,079 deals.
Senate Leader Yahaya Abdullahi moved a motion to request more time for further legislative work on the report.