Barring an extension of the deadline, many lawyers will from tomorrow be unable to access the Corporate Affairs Commission (CAC) company registration portal (CRP), as the deadline for revalidation of their accreditations lapses today.
Meanwhile, there are strong indications that the challenges that have led to an online petition to remove the CAC Registrar General, Mr. Garba Abubakar have persisted. This is not unconnected with the difficulty in accessing the portal for the revalidation exercise.
A senior lawyers who sought help to overcome such challenges said: “I have been trying to re-accredit in accordance with this post.
I have not been successful. Have you done it? Please, if you have, kindly tell me how to proceed. It is just two days away from the 10th.”
Still unsuccessful, the senior lawyer said: “Kindly take me through how you did. I tried as early as between 1 & 2 am today without success.”
Upon a successful revalidation, the prompt on the user’s home page disappears, while a REMITA generated receipt is sent to the user’s email address.
It is recalled that CAC had issued a notice reminding accredited agents to revalidate their accreditations, and warning that “Accreditations that are not revalidated by Customers at the end of the prescribed date shall be suspended by the Commission.”
Below is the full text of the statement:
The Commission wishes to remind its Accredited Customers that as earlier notified, they are required to revalidate their accreditations on or before Thursday, 10th June 2021.
Accreditations that are not revalidated by Customers at the end of the prescribed date shall be suspended by the Commission.
Please note that any Customer that becomes newly accredited between January 2020 to date does not have to revalidate.
To revalidate accreditation, Customers should visit https://pre.cac.gov.ng
Customers should note that this notice supersedes the earlier notice of 1st January 2021.
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