CAC Apologises For The Current Disruption Of Its Online Services; Sets Up CSS Nationwide

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Monday, August 26, 2019    / 04:05PM / By CAC Nigeria  / Header Image Credit: new.cac.gov.ng

 

The Corporate Affairs Commission apologizes to its esteemed customers and the general public for the current disruption of its online services, the disruption was due to infrastructure upgrade which was designed at enhancing service efficiency and customer experience.

 

The Commission had on Monday 19th August, 2019 deployed additional online services for the processing of post incorporation applications as part of its infrastructure upgrade.

 

Consequent upon the disruption due to the infrastructure upgrade, the Commission has set up Customer Support Services (CSS) at its State Offices nationwide to attend to complaints from members of the public. The CSS is in addition to the existing Help Lines.

 

Also, the CAC has set up a dedicated support team at the on-going Nigerian Bar Association (NBA) AGC in Lagos to attend to complaints from delegates during the one week event. The Commission is doing everything possible to ensure that normal services resumes as soon as possible.

 

The Commission appeals to the general public to exercise calm and regrets all inconveniences caused as a result of the disruption in its services.


 

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