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As a result of the various reports and grievances expressed by legal practitioners in the delay in service delivery by the Corporate Affairs Commission (CAC), due to amongst other reasons, the recent change in CAC protocols; the Nigerian Bar Association (NBA) President – Olumide Akpata, has set up a Task Force to look into the complaints of lawyers over CAC’s service delivery.
In a statement signed by the Publicity Secretary, Dr. Rapulu Nduka, NBA averred that
the committee has the mandate to engage the Registrar-General of the Commission in order to come up with workable solutions for all stakeholders involved.
The members of the 8-man Presidential Task Force drawn from different branches of the NBA are:
2 Mr. Victor Frank-Briggs-Vice Chairman
4 Mr. Folarin Aluko-Member
8.Mr. Ahmed Modibbo-Member
The NBA recognises that the smooth running of processes at the CAC is key to ease of doing business across the country, and its inefficiencies affect the businesses of many members of the NBA and those of their clients.
The NBA urges all lawyers and stakeholders to co-operate with members of the committee (who have demonstrated understanding of the issues), in working out solutions to these challenges.
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