The Companies and Allied Matters Act (CAMA) has cancelled the registration of Enough is Enough BN 2210728 with immediate effect over what it described as deceptive name or objectionable.
This was disclosed by the agency via its Twitter handle on Tuesday.
According to CAC, the decision is based on the provisions of Section 579 (2) of the Companies and Allied Matters Act, (CAMA).
It tweeted, “The section provides amongst others that the Commission has the power to cancel the registration of a Business Name where the name is deceptive or objectionable.
“The Business Name “Enough is Enough” which was registered in 2012 to engage in General Contracts, Sales of Sport Equipment/Promotion deviated from its main objectives over the cause of time.
“Consequently, the Commission has removed it from its database and advised the proprietors to surrender the certificate earlier issued to them.”
Based on the provisions of Section 579 (2) of the Companies and Allied Matters Act, (CAMA), the Corporate Affairs Commission has cancelled the registration of the Business name “Enough is Enough BN 2210728” with immediate effect.
— Corporate Affairs Commission (@cacnigeria1) November 10, 2020
However, Enough is Enough Nigeria, coalition of Nigerian youth advocacy groups, has cleared that it registered as: “The EiE Project Ltd/Gte”.
It tweeted, “A big thank you to those who have reached out & spoken up for us!
Enough is Enough Nigeria aka
EiE Nigeria aka EiE
is registered as:
“The EiE Project Ltd/Gte”.
A big thank you to those who have reached out & spoken up for us!
A luta continua! Vitória é certa!#EiEat10#EiEFootprints#OfficeOfTheCitizen#OnePerson #EndSARS #SoroSoke pic.twitter.com/88UV9HyMB6
— EiE Nigeria (@EiENigeria) November 10, 2020
What you meed to know
Enough is Enough is a coalition of Nigerian youth advocacy groups to promote better governance and political accountability in the country.
Based in Lagos and Abuja, it has organized concerts, petitions, protests and workshops to call attention to the violence being committed by Boko Haram, freedom for the kidnapped Chibok girls, high remuneration of legislators and denial of visa for elected officials who travel abroad for medical care.