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“We won’t accept satanic CAMA” – CAN

by Amadu Victor
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The Christian Association of Nigeria has opposed the Companies and Allied Matters Act 2020 (CAMA), rejecting it as “satanic”. The highest Christian body announced that CAMA “would extinguish life out of the church and classify the church as a worldly organization under secular law.”, oyogist.com reports.

President Buhari on August 7 approved into law, the Companies and Allied Matters Bill 2020. The bill enacted by the National Assembly displaced the 1990 CAMA.

CAN describe paragraphs 839(1) and (2) as of the law which authorizes the supervising Minister “to restrain trustees of an institute (in this case, the church) and nominate the interim administrators to govern the affairs of the institute for some allotted reasons” as “satanic”.


Adebayo Oladeji, Special Assistant on Media and Communications to Rev Samson Ayokunle, the CAN President, in an announcement noted the FG has proclaimed war on the church if the constitution were to stand.

“The constitution, to say the smallest, is unacceptable, wicked, objectionable, and an ill-wind that hits no one any good. It is a time bomb loitering to explode, he partly said.

“The Church can’t be regulated by the government because of its religious obligations and duties.”

Christian Association of Nigeria expanded: “How can the government dismiss the trustee of a chapel which it provided no dime to organize?

It urged the government to “focus on the business of delivering infrastructure for the people. Let them concentrate on better health provision, food, schooling, reasonable security employment, etc. He therefore, urge President Buhari to stop it.

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