The CAC is prioritising the reduction of the registration circle for new companies to just 3 hours before the end of the year 2021.
The CAC has stated that it will continue to manual submission of some registration processes despite the end of the deadline.
The CAC has urged Nigerians to delivery of all pre-incorporation certificates before the end of April 2020.
The CAC stated that the payment for revalidation is only a one-time thing.
The CAC has stated that accredited lawyers found culpable for filing false documents will be liable to 2 years imprisonment.
The CAC has announced the commencement of the implementations of CAMA 2020.
The CAC has revealed the identities of the promoters of the cancelled business name, Enough is Enough.
CAC is set to implement new technology that will enable customers print their certificates with verifiable QR Codes from anywhere in the world.
The Corporate Affairs Commission has assured Nigerians of speedy services, going forward.
Physical contact between workers and customers of the commission will, thus, be duly minimised.