CAC names proprietors of deregistered firm

The Corporate Affairs Commission (CAC), has clarified that the cancellation of the registration of Enough is Enough, is a business organisation linked to one of the leaders of the #EndSARS protests.

In a tweet via its official twitter account, the government agency named the proprietors of the cancelled business as Opayemi Adamolekun and Bisola Edun.

“The name was cancelled based on the provisions of section 579 (2) of the Companies and Allied Matters Act (CAMA).” CAC wrote.

NewsWireNGR reports that the CAC first announced its decision on Tuesday with EiE responding on twitter that the announcement does not refer to their organisation.

Ms Yemi Adamolekun, an activist, is the head of the non-governmental organisation, EiE, and is believed to be, alongside the NGO, the main target of the CAC.

Enough is Enough (EiE) Nigeria (aka The EiE Project) was set up in 2010 in the aftermath of various citizen led protests. It kicked off as a loose network of individuals and organizations committed to changing the dynamics of accountability to citizens by public officials and subsequently, has grown into a civil society organisation engaged in civic education and advocacy.

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