The Corporate Affairs Commission (CAC) has released a press release to inform Nigerians that they can now search for Names of Businesses on their public search portal.
It also allows intending business owners to verify if the names they want to use for their company are available or have already been taken. All these come at no cost.
This new platform of the CAC also allows one to get details of companies registered under the Nigerian Law like RC Number, Date of Incorporation among others.
This service used to be the exclusives of legal practitioners which often attracts a fee. According to the CAC;
You can do the Public Search Here
Every leadership aspiration requires that the contestants of any position declare their intentions and also make known their plans for the company, organization, state or nation. Politics and their winners most times thrive and succeed based on what they are able to say and how they also say it. When winners finally emerge, a new responsibility comes on the leader; to manage resources available in order to achieve his campaign manifesto and promises.
We have had situations where it seems that a government is defaulting on their promises of building roads, hospitals, paying salaries at the right time, reduction if fuel prices, diversification and so many other things that politicians brag about. Fortunately or unfortunately, candidates are never fully aware of what the incumbent is facing or the realities on ground; so when they get in it looks like they are overwhelmed to the point that their optimism can no longer match up with.
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