Insight From Civil Society, Suggested Amendment to the Part C of CAMA
This document concentrates on the amendments our membership is suggesting to the Part C of the Companies and Allied Matters Act (CAMA). These suggestions are informed by the NNNGO’s specialist knowledge of the non-profit sector as well as by non-state actors who deliver development outcomes to communities throughout the Federation.
Evidence for this amendment is gathered from respondents to a national consultation within our membership, open for a period of one month during February 2017. The online (telephone) and face-to-face consultations with our members sought the opinions and experiences of non-profits regarding sections of the Part C of CAMA needing amendments. The amendments we have suggested in this document make reference to 777 comments generated by the consultation, made by 379 organisations from 34 States covering the 6 geo-political zones of the country 1.
Based on this evidence, the NNNGO has formulated the following amendments in relation to the Part C of CAMA.
1Insights from the civil society sector on the Part C of Companies and Allied Matters Act (CAMA) (2017), http://nnngo.org/portfolio/insights-from-the-civil-society-sector/
This research work received funding from the Commonwealth Foundation for the project entitled “Strengthening statutory regulation for civil society organisations in Nigeria. The activity was carried out by the Nigeria Network of NGOs. This publication has been produced with the support of the Commonwealth Foundation. The contents of this publication are the sole responsibility of NNNGO and should in no way be taken to reflect the views of the Commonwealth Foundation.