By Modupe Gbadeyanka
The Corporate Affairs Commission (CAC) has expressed its intention to stop the manual registration of companies and businesses in all its remaining locations nationwide.
According to the agency, this is mainly to extend its online services across the country and make ease of doing business in Nigeria better.
Speaking in a statement signed by the Head of Public Affairs at the CAC, Mr Godfrey Ike, the Acting Registrar General of the commission, Mrs Azuka Azinge, was quoted as explaining further that the move would further reposition CAC towards organisational excellence.
Mrs Azinge, who was at a two-day strategic management planning retreat in Keffi, Nassarwa State, noted that, “The retreat was aimed at charting a new course for the commission.
“It has become imperative to enable management brainstorm and arrive at a decision that would provide a clear sense of direction for managing the affairs of the Commission.
“It will also enable management align the specifics of its actions and decisions with clearly defined priority targets. It will also strategise on how best management could navigate and remain relevant in the face of global competitiveness and other
“The Federal Government had very high expectations from the Commission being a star agency driving the ease of doing business agenda, all hands should be on deck.”
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