How To Amend The Constitution of Your Association/Foundation/Non-Profit in Nigeria

How To Amend The Constitution of Your Association/Foundation/Non-Profit in Nigeria

October 22, 2021

The amendment of the constitution of your Association/Foundation/Non-Profit is done by a resolution passed by a simple majority of the members and approved by the Corporate Affairs Commission (CAC). The resolution can be indicated in the minutes of the meeting where the resolution was passed. Other requirements for this filing includes two (2) newspaper adverts for 28days, one of which must be a national daily while the second advert can be one circulating in the area where the foundation is located.

An amendment of the constitution of your Association/Foundation/Non-Profit is subject to the provisions of section 827 and 828 of the Companies and Allied Matters Act (CAMA) 2020.

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