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2 Aug 2022
On the 14th of March 2022, the Corporate Affairs Commission (CAC) directed its Name Approving Officers to insist that all private schools, academies and other institutions of learning
29 Mar 2022
The Federal Government has inaugurated a committee to review Nigeria's trade policy.
15 Nov 2021
The decision of the Federal Government lately approving and mandating the newly registered Nigerian National Petroleum Company (NNPC) Limited to construct 21 different roads at a whopping sum of N621 billion across the six geo-political...
23 Oct 2021
The Corporate Affairs Commission (CAC) has reinstated its readiness to complement the Federal Government’s efforts to lift 100 million citizens out of poverty,
12 Oct 2021
The Federal Inland Revenue Service (FIRS) has insisted all Civil Society Organisations (CSOs) and cooperative societies have responsibilities under the tax laws to fulfil their tax obligations irrespective of the nature of their operations.
20 Aug 2021
The Registrar General/Chief Executive Officer of the Corporate Affairs Commission (CAC), Alhaji Garba Abubakar, has allayed fears that some staff of the Commission might lose their jobs because of the ongoing digitisation of its registry operations. A statement by Rasheed Mahe, Head, CAC’s Media Unit, quoted the registrar general as giving the assurance while  on…
18 Jan 2021
The Corporate Affairs Commission (CAC) has expressed support for Federal Government’s recent plan to borrow money from unclaimed dividends and dormant bank accounts’ balances to fund the 2021 budget deficit.
13 Nov 2020
A coalition of civil society groups has called on the Corporate Affairs Commission (CAC) to extend the deadline for stakeholders to submit contributions to the Draft Companies Regulations made under the Company and Allied Matters Act (CAMA) 2020.
2 Nov 2020
Commission backpedals, recertifies organisation Ohaneze Ndigbo General Assembly (Worldwide) has withdrawn its N500 billion suit against the Corporate Affairs Commission (CAC). The group said the decision was informed by the reinstatement of its certificate of incorporation. The case followed the earlier deregistration of the organisation on alleged security grounds. The commission had said the body…
29 Sep 2020
As the Companies and Allied Matter Act seeks to promote the ease of doing business in Nigeria, there is a need for the Corporate Affairs Commission (CAC), to distil the laws as articles, info-graphics for better understanding and use to businesses, experts have said. Experts, who gathered at a webinar organised by the Franco-Nigerian Chamber…
22 Sep 2020
Since 1999 when I was called to the Nigerian Bar, I have firmly pitched my life and professional tent in the realm of the sociology of law and it’s practice, demonstrating that the law...
19 Sep 2020
The problem has been caused by political influence in the association. Whenever you find politics coming outside the political arena into any other organisation...


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As Nigerians grapple with the multidimensional hardship in daily lives occasioned by the persistent Naira scarcity, financial experts have encouraged them to brace up for more difficult times as the crises might not abate soon.
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There seems to be no respite yet for the poultry industry, as farmers across the country have continued to count their losses due to the impact of the naira redesign policy.
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Recently, when the Peoples Democratic Party (PDP) ward executives at Igyorov ward in Gboko Local Government Area of Benue State suspended the party’s national chairman, Dr. Iyorchia Ayu, it followed a predictable pattern: impunity has always defined the party’s leadership methodology.
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Education plays a crucial role in a child’s development, shaping their abilities, attitudes, and behaviors that contribute to society’s overall well being.
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Statutorily, Nigeria is seven years behind in the conduct of its Population and Housing census. Ideally, a census should be conducted every 10 years, but since the last exercise held in 2006, multiple factors have prevented Nigeria from conducting the exercise as at when due.