By Deborah Mustapha
The President, Muhammadu Buhari, has finally clarified that the recent Company and Allied Matters Acts (CAMA) law is not targeted at religious bodies.
According to the statement released at the ceremony meeting held in Abuja at Christian Association of Nigeria Secretariat by Senator Ita Enang, the former National Assembly Presidential Liaison Officer, “Buhari has no bad intentions against any Christian bodies and however, only the National Assembly can amend the law”.
Further stressed that the President stated that the law did not target any Christian or religious leaders as earlier assumed and concluded.
“President Buhari has not introduced any matter oppressive to the Christian bodies or leaders and has no intention to do so”, he rested.
Meanwhile, Nigerians on social media injected that the visit of Pastor Enoch Adeboye in the Presidential Villa has made the CAMA law changed.