AUPCTRE Ends Three years Industrial Disputes with CAC


The Amalgamated Union of Public Corporations, Civil Technical and Recreational Services Employees (AUPCTRE) have resolved a lingering three year industrial disputes with the management of Corporate Affairs Commission ( CAC).

Comrade Benjamin Anthony, President of AUPCTRE disclosed this to newsmen after a closed door meeting with the management of CAC led by the Registrar General, Mr Hussaini Magaji in his office on Friday in Abuja.

The delegation of AUPCTRE leadership which was led by the President, have commended
the giant and pragmatic action of the new management in CAC.

Anthony explained that the union had a robust and frank discussion with the CAC boss and were convinced that a new dawn in the commission has arrived.

Within few months of assumption of office, the new RG has dispensed all protracted disciplinary cases, resolve unjust stagnation of promotion and has greatly improved service delivery; just to mention a few.

This superlative performance and transformational agenda will eventually translate to economic development of Nigeria and improve workers welfare, Anthony said.

The union has also praised the RG especially on his four cardinal agenda to transform the commission which includes staff welfare, capacity building, improve revenue generation and institutional development of the commission.

AUPCTRE has resolved to partner and collaborate with the new management of the commission in a quest to deliver on the Renewed Hope Agenda of President Bola Tinubu and the mandate and vision of the CAC for a better and progressive Nigeria.

AUPCTRE have had series of industrial disputes in CAC and accused the former registrar general of “illegally dissolving the union executive and banning them from operating and transferring all executives to different parts of the country to weaken the union.”