CAMA Law is not targeted at religious groups — Presidency

CAMA Law is not targeted at religious groups -- Presidency
File image of President Buhari and CAN Group (Photo credit: Google)

The Federal Government has responded to the Companies and Allied Matters Act, CAMA 2020.

According to the Special Assistant to the President on Niger Delta Affairs and former National Assembly Presidential Liaison Officer, Senator Ita Enang, CAMA Law is not targeted at churches, mosques and any other religious bodies.

According to Senator Enang, Buhari has no bad intention against Christianity or any other religion, and the Act which has become a law by assent, can only be amended by the National Assembly.

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He said;

“Misconceptions have enveloped this Act with deliberate misinformation and falsehood by persons who may not have fully and in-fact personally read and digested the provision of the Act. We consider it appropriate and responsible to appear before you and other fora to make these explanations.

“We want to declare as a fact, that the Act does not target churches or religious bodies as wrongly assumed. For an illustration of this, I present a tabular form of the provisions of the 1990 Act which came into force on January 2, 1990, which after more than 30 years of operation has now been repealed and replaced by CAMA 2020.

“Hereunder are the comparative provisions in the two enactments to show particularly that the 2020 Act assented to by President Muhammadu Buhari has not introduced any matter oppressive to the Christian Community or any religion nor any matter discriminatory against any class of persons in Nigeria.”


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