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Tribunal threatens to vacate order suspending acting CAC chairperson

By OakTV
08 January 2020   |   11:56 am
The Code of Conduct Tribunal said it may vacate the interim ordered granted on 27th December 2019, which led to the suspension of the acting registrar general of the Corporate Affairs Commission, Azuka Azinge.

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