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NASS commends CAC on reform initiatives 

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The National Assembly has commended the reform initiatives of the Corporate Affairs Commission, CAC, geared towards improving the ease of doing business initiative of the Federal Government.

This is contained in a statement signed by the Head of the Media Unit of the commission, Rasheed Mahe, on Wednesday.

According to the statement, the commendation came shortly after the Chairman, Senate Committee on Trade and Investments, Senator Francis Fadaunsi, alongside other Senators visited the commission’s Port Harcourt Office in Rivers as part of their oversight functions.

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The senate committee noted that the commission’s digital transformation has contributed immensely to growth of the nation’s economy.

The Vice Chairman of the committee, Senator Elisha Ishaku, urged the Registrar General, Garba Abubakar, to sustain the tempo.

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“The Registrar General, Garba Abubakar is a very courageous young man who fits the job,” he said.

He urged Mr Abubakar to also improve the commission’s revenue in order to remit more operating surplus to the Federation Account.

The committee observed that because of the new development, the registration processes were now faster.

Fadahunsi, on behalf of the committee, used the forum to thank President Muhammadu Buhari for appointing, what he described as a brilliant young man to head a very important government agency like the CAC.

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Highlights of the visit included facility tour and interaction with staff of the CAC Port Harcourt office.

NAN

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