The Agency Affairs Cost (CAC), has launched an digital course of for company registration and certificates experience in Nigeria.
This was disclosed to newsmen in Abuja on Monday by the Registrar-Basic of the Cost, Alhaji Garba Abubakar.
In line with the CAC boss, the online registration portal was launched on January 3, 2021 in compliance with the provisions of the mannequin new Companies and Allied Matters Act (CAMA).
With this enchancment, all features for company registration can now be accomplished and processed on-line.
Abubakar added that the mannequin new CAMA recognises the acceptable of people to course of company registrations with out collaborating the companies of licensed professionals and even chartered secretaries.
All registered prospects of the CAC, who register firms on behalf of the general public, should revalidate their registrations before the tip of March by means of the digital course of, he added.
It ought to likely be recalled that President Muhammadu Buhari has mentioned the recent signing of the Firms and Allied Factors Act, 2020 (CAMA) will assist the wrestle in path of corruption.
He made this acknowledged whereas talking in a video message supplied on the Open Authorities Partnership (OGP) 2020 Digital Leaders’ Summit on the sidelines of the seventy fifth Session of the United Nations Basic Meeting (UNGA75) in New York.
Buhari outlined that the CAMA Act will improve transparency and agency accountability all through the wrestle in path of corruption.
In line with the president, his administration was dedicated to altering worldwide and residential perceptions concerning Nigeria’s dedication to wrestle corruption.
Throughout the meantime, the President/Chief Govt, Dangote Industries Restricted, Aliko Dangote, has dropped from 106th to 114th all through the itemizing of the wealthiest males/women on the planet.
In line with Bloomberg Billionaires Index, Dangote’s full internet worth drop by $900m on Friday as his flagship company emerged the most important loser on the tip of buying and selling on the Nigerian Inventory Alternate (NSE).
Bloomberg confirmed that his wealth fell from $18.4bn on Thursday to $17.5bn on Friday.