First tax evasion case against Samoa church ministers adjourned to 2019

Samoa Congregational Christian Church ministers earlier this year arrive at government house for a meeting with prime minister Tuila'epa Sa'ilele Malielegaoi and his cabinet about the new tax laws. Picture: RNZ

The first hearing of a tax-evasion case against church ministers of the Congregational Christian Church of Samoa has been adjourned until February 5 next year to allow counsel to take instructions. Nine ministers, including the chairman Elder Tauti’aga Senara, appeared in the District Court on Tuesday before Judge Talasa Sa’aga on charges of failing to […]

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