Aisha Achimugu asked to file tax returns after Granada grand birthday bash

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Aisha Achimugu asked to file tax returns after Granada grand birthday bash
By Chinenye Offor

Aisha Achimugu

 

 

Aisha Achimugu, the Abuja socialite who recently held a 7-day grand bash in celebration of her 50th birthday in Grenada has been asked to file her tax return.

The FCT-Internal Revenue Service (FCT-IRS) asked Aisha Achimugu to file her tax return while congratulating her on her 50th birthday celebration on Saturday.
FCT-IRS made the demand in a post on its social media X handle.

The tax agency wished Aisha Achimugu 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.

A dedicated website for the seven-day birthday party included information regarding visa arrangements, available chauffeurs, travel schedules, and the nearest airport to the event venue.
The festivities began on Jan. 16 with the arrival of guests. The following day, the event started with a welcome breakfast, exploring the resort and mingling.

On day four, attendees wore vibrant African attire for special performances, including drum dances. A bonfire provided a cosy backdrop as guests gathered for an evening of warmth and music.

Day Five showcased performances by a local band, various cocktails, and a retro disco party. On the sixth day, guests embarked on an island excursion.

On Jan. 23, the seventh and final day began with an all-white breakfast culminating in a luxurious dinner-themed: ‘glitz and glam’ before guests bid farewell to Grenada.

Many socialites and prominent Nigerians, including a prominent governor of one of the Southwest states, reportedly graced the birthday bash.
Those who graced the birthday bash were said to have flown from Nigeria to Grenada in hired jets.

Some of them described the birthday bash as one of the most lavish parties they had ever attended or heard of.
The celebrant hired Calivigny Island for a week and booked rooms for her guests at Silversand, Grenada.

Mrs Achimugu was reported to have changed clothes at the party at least 30 times, with each dress reportedly costing thousands of dollars.

These were in addition to the high-end clothes she wore for a photo shoot with a celebrity photographer before the event.
Throughout the evenings, she wore costly diamond jewellery, designer shoes, and carried Hermes crocodile leather handbags, each estimated to cost between 50,000 dollars and 80,000 dollars.

One of the many gatherings occurred aboard the Silver Angel, a yacht sailing on the Caribbean Sea under the flag of the United Kingdom.

According to reports, Achimugu spent nearly one million dollars (more than N1 billion) to rent the island for the entire week.

Quite a number of local and international A-list musicians and entertainers flew in to perform at the various events.

Artistes who performed included American saxophonist and composer, Kenny G, Nigeria’s Waje, Flavour, Adekunle Gold, Asake and Mr Killa, a Grenadan musician.

The event was filled with lots of activities from swimming to extravagant meals, bonfires, kayaking and treasure hunting.

Then Nigerian version of the birthday bash continued on Friday at 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 Engineer Sulaiman Achimugu, a former Managing Director of the Pipelines and Products Marketing Company and they have three children.
Mr Achimugu lost his life to Coronavirus in 2020.

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