Youths condemn, reject amended CAMA Act

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Youths under the auspices of Niger Delta Youth Congress, NDYC, Monday, condemned and rejected the recently signed Company and Allied Matter Act, CAMA 2020 into law by President Muhammadu Buhari, repealing the CAMA Act 1990.

This was contained in a statement signed by the National Coordinator, NDYC, Comrade Israel Uwejeyan, describing it as anti-Christian.

The statement also demanded Buhari to have a rethink to suspend the CAMA law he assented if Churches are not exempted, and pointed that government should not dabble into affairs of the church in order not to go against divine authority.

It will be recalled that President Muhammadu Buhari on August 7, 2020, assented to the CAMA 2020, which repeals and replaces the CAMA, 1990.

The controversial section 839 (1) and (2) provides that religious bodies and non-governmental organisations will be strictly regulated by the Registrar-General of Corporate Affairs Commission, CAC, and a supervising minister.

The Christian Association of Nigeria, CAN had condemned CAMA, 2020, and called for its immediate suspension.

The President of CAN, Rev Dr Samson Ayokunle, said, “The law, to say the least, is unacceptable, ungodly, reprehensible and an ill-wind that blows no one any good. It is a time bomb waiting to explode.”

Various groups also have earlier condemned and demanded expunging the provision of CAMA 2020 that affects churches, which include the Human Rights Writers Association of Nigeria, HURIWA, who described the controversial CAMA, 2020 as a declaration of war on Christianity and also alleged that it was an agenda to Islamise Nigeria by another means

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