The Corporate Affairs Commission (CAC) says it has no intention of reducing the commission’s workforce.
The CAC Registrar General Alhaji Garba Abubakar said this in an interview with Nigeria News Agency (NAN.) Known). and post-registration commission activities, but now non-lawyers are being trained for the job. “
Abubakar stated that including non-lawyers in the approval of the registration process should ensure that they do their jobs previously performed manually have not lost their jobs.
”The second has to do with the process and time it took to approve a registration, as more people work, the time cycle has become shorter .
“If we previously had 50 people approving the process in 48 hours and another 50 added maki when it’s 100 it will help cut the time down to 24 hours.
“Anyone who is a CAC employee has an idea of what it takes to register and the goals or requirements for registration.
” Before the new system, they scanned Employees entered documents and, among other things, data that lawyers had to approve “he said.
The CAC chief added that the staff had been trained to master their duties in order to speed up the registration process.