Acting registrar-general of the Commission, Lady Azuka Azinge, who made this known in Abuja, yesterday, said the Commission would record a higher number of registration in the first quarter of 2019. “From 1st October to 31st December 2018, we registered 73,000 companies, if you look at the corresponding year, about 30,000 companies were registered in 2017, so you can see the BIS was successful. “Based on popular demand, we have to go back to the minister for extension which started from January 1 to March 31 2019, we are almost at the tail end of the second part and so far we are exceeding what we did last year. We expect to see much higher number which is what we are seeing already in our record,” she said. Azinge, therefore called on the private sector operators to take advantage of the BIS window which ends on March 31, 2019, to register their business name at reduced fee of N5, 000, adding that there was no going back on the various initiatives put in place to ensure ease of doing business in the country. “The Commission has undertaken many initiatives. We are fully decentralised in our operations, whereby you now have online registration of business names, limited liability companies as well as the incorporated trustees, which can be registered online 24 hours within which you get your certificate. Payments are also done online, there is also integration with the FIRS on issue of the stamp duty,” she said.]]>
REVEALED: 3 natural ways to get stronger erections, last 25 minutes on bed, and increase manhood size without using drugs. Also, Natural Prostrate Enlargement Remedy.. Get In HERE...
For Advert Inquiries Tele/+234 806 819 1709 E-mail: [email protected]
The Electronic Law reports of the Court of Appeal Nigeria.
Now Available @ courtofappealreportsnigeria.com
A Report Of The Judgement Of The 16 Divisions Of The Court Of Appeal In Nigeria