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The Port Harcourt Chamber of Commerce, Industry, Mines and Agriculture (PHCCIMA) and the South-South Nodal Office of the Corporate Affairs Commission (CAC) have agreed to strengthen collaborations on the ease of doing business in the state.
   Speaking at the courtesy visit to the Chamber President on Thursday, 30th May, 2024, the leader of the Delegation and the Nodal Head, Mr. Emmanuel Inyang said they were at the Chamber to reactivate their cordial relationship and the need for the Chamber to assist them get her unregistered members register and reactivate their businesses where necessary.
  He maintained that having been empowered by law to ensure the registration of businesses, they had the mandate of the Register General of the CAC to sensitize the people on the need to register their businesses, just as he informed that they are now digitalized and their clients have nothing to do with third parties while applying for business registration.
  Responding, the President of Port Harcourt Chamber of Commerce, Industry, Mines and Agriculture (PHCCIMA) Eze, Sir Mike Elechi, NPOM, JP, FNIM, DSSRS thanked his visitors for the realization that PHCCIMA and CAC are twin brothers as it concerns registration of businesses and due diligence.
  The PHCCIMA President who is the Chairman of Vintage Farms and Products Ltd frowned at the  bottlenecks being experienced by Nigerians on registration and reactivation of business names, adding that the use of Consultants also make the process cumbersome in accessing CAC portals.
  Mr. President further gave approval for the CAC to have a desk at the Chamber and also granted their request to make presentations during the PHCCIMA general monthly forum.
  High points of the visit was the presentation of souvenirs to the visitors as shown in the pictures above