Written By FRIDAY OKPANACHI EKPA
This article was published both in print and online in three (3) national dailies – Blueprint Newspaper, Leadership Newspaper and Peoples’ Daily – sought to appraise the controversial provision of the CAMA 2020 affecting the ground for dissolution of an association by the Corporate Affairs Commission with the aim of ascertaining whether the said provisions are civil and democratic within the context of corporate governance and the protection of basic human rights principles.
SECTION 850 of the Act added a new ground for dissolution of an association by the Court or CAC to include withdrawal, cancellation, or revocation of certificate of registration by the Commission.
According to the writer, there is no provision that details how or why the Court or CAC would withdraw, cancel, or revoke a certificate of registration of an association in the first place to warrant a dissolution.
Furthermore, the writer argues, it does not provide a procedure for administrative redress where such occurs.
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