House of Representatives Spokesperson and member representing Bende Federal Constituency has addressed the controversies surrounding certain sections of the Companies and Allied Matters (Amendment) Act 2020 which was recently passed by the National Assembly and assented by the President.
Recall that some Nigerians, especially clergymen and churches have kicked against certain provisions of the new law which they allege grants the Corporate Affairs Commission the power to remove and replace trustees or management of Incorporated Trustees registered under Part “C” of CAMA.
Addressing the concerns on an NTA program, Rep. Kalu echoed the position of Vice President Osibanjo, adding that laws even when passed are not cast in stone like the 10 commandments in mosiac Israel. He encouraged concerned Nigerians to take advantage the provisions of the Constitution that all for amendment to laws and direct their concerns regarding any law through the right channels, assuring Nigerians that the 9th House of Representatives is a listening parliament.
Watch the interview here: