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Nigerian firm Taju Audu & Co joins TGS Global network

Press release by TGS Global

Press release by TGS Global - Taju Audu & Co has joined the TGS Global network. The firm has three partners and is based in the capital city of Nigeria, Abuja.

Taju Audu & Co (including its Consulting arm - AA&T Consulting Services) is a resource network of trained professionals who are committed to rendering excellent service to the public and serving the need of various clients. The firm offers a complete range of services to businesses, government agencies and individuals including audit, accounting, taxation, business advisory, financial and management consultancy. They additionally deliver specialist receivership and liquidation services, forensic accounting, ICT services and training.

Commenting on this initiative, Managing Partner Tajudeen Audu said: "We are delighted to be the first member of TGS Global in Nigeria. We have recognised the need to be able to support our clients who have interests outside the country - membership of TGS Global gives us the capability to connect with quality-assured firms around the world. We are greatly looking forward to working with the other member firms and to playing our part in the development of the network in sub-Saharan Africa."

CEO of TGS Global, Richard Keyes, added: "We welcome the addition of Taju Audu & Co to the network. They are a leading audit firm with extensive experience in the oil and gas sector, including acting as the Nigerian Extractive Industries Transparency Initiative (NEITI) appointed auditor for the Nigeria Oil and Gas Industry for two audit cycles. They also provide revenue consultancy to a number of Federal Government agencies. With these excellent credentials, they are well equipped to deliver a high level of service to our members."

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