Lagos - The Corporate Affairs Commission (CAC) has blamed the problems that saw clients fail to access its platform on “technical challenges.”
The commission said it was working hard to resolve the issues and assured customers that the service had not been scrapped as had been insinuated in some quarters.
He said the issues had meanwhile been resolved and that the platform was back online for customers that wanted to register their business.
“We wish to state unequivocally that the 24-hour business registration procedure launched in 2012 by the Minister of Industry, Trade and Investment is functional and serviceable to the satisfaction of our clients,” CAC’s Head of Public Affairs, Williams Churchill, said.
He said the problems faced by the commission on the platform were information and communication technology challenges that were common in developing economies.
CAC is the autonomous body responsible for regulating the formation and management of companies in Nigeria.
– CAJ News
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