Provide quality service or face sanctions- RG CAC warns Service Providers

The Registrar-General/CEO, CAC Hussaini Magaji has solicited the support of the Commission’s various service providers to optimise performances or face appropriate sanctions.

The call was coming at a time when the CAC boss is upscaling efforts to improve the commission’s services in line with global best practices.

Service Providers holding meeting with RG CAC at CAC Headquarters Abuja
Service Providers holding meeting with RG CAC at CAC Headquarters Abuja

Speaking today at a meeting with all service providers working for the Commission’s online platform known as the Companies Registration Portal (CRP), Hussaini Ishaq Magaji charged them to provide better quality services or be sanctioned.

The Registrar-General emphasised the need for them to abide by a set work plan and timeline to close any identified gaps.

The CAC boss therefore pledged to offer them the needed support and cooperation to enable them to optimise their performances.

In their separate comments, the service providers took turns enumerating their strengths and weaknesses and pledged to ensure strict adherence to the Registrar-General’s requirements.

Some of them, however, offered suggestions for both short- and long-term solutions that would derive improvements in the Commission’s overall performance in line with global best practices.

Chike Okoye, Head of Public Sector at Galaxy Backbone, gave the vote of thanks on behalf of the service providers and pledged to brace up to their respective responsibilities to ensure the success of the Hussaini Ishaq Magaji-led CAC.

CAC News reports that the service providers include website hosting providers, data security and call centre, and mobile voice and data services providers.

Others are data centre services providers, CRP application managers, electronic filing system developers, and Tier 2 and 3 data centre hosts.

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