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CAC to block fraudulent applications imitating existing companies

    CAC to block fraudulent applications imitating existing companies

Garba Abubakar, registrar-general of the Corporate Affairs Commission (CAC), says the agency will block suspected fraudulent applications registering new companies similar to existing ones.  Rasheed Mahe, head of media at

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Disclosure of beneficial ownership now mandatory for companies, says CAC registrar

    Disclosure of beneficial ownership now mandatory for companies, says CAC registrar

Garba Abubakar, registrar-general of the Corporate Affairs Commission (CAC), says the commission has mandated companies to disclose their beneficial owners at the point of registration. He said this is to

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Reps threaten to shut down CAC over poor revenue

    Reps threaten to shut down CAC over poor revenue

The house of representatives committee on finance has threatened to shut down Corporate Affairs Commission (CAC) for having a higher expenditure than it generated revenue between 2016 to 2021. The

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ICYMI: CAC deregisters factional Ohanaeze Ndigbo 

    ICYMI: CAC deregisters factional Ohanaeze Ndigbo 

The Corporate Affairs Commission (CAC) has deregistered Ohanaeze Ndigbo General Assembly.  The group, led by Basil Onyeacholam, broke out from the original Ohanaeze National Assembly headed by John Nwodo.  The

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CAC gets new registrar — 12 days after Azinge’s suspension

  CAC gets new registrar — 12 days after Azinge’s suspension

Abubakar Garba has been appointed as the registrar general of the Corporate Affairs Commission (CAC). This is coming 12 days

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FG should probe syndicate ‘issuing fake CAC certificates’ to NGOs

  FG should probe syndicate ‘issuing fake CAC certificates’ to NGOs

The Center for Social Awareness, Advocacy and Ethics (CSAAEINC), a non-profit organisation, has called on relevant government agencies to investigate

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