CAN FOREIGNERS REGISTER CHARITIES, NGO, AND NOT-FOR-PROFIT-MAKING INSTITUTIONS IN NIGERIA. * Daily Law Tips (Tip 431) by Onyekachi Umah, Esq., LLM. ACIArb(UK)

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Foreigners can be members of incorporated trustees (Charities, NGOs and Societies) in Nigeria. Generally, the only persons that are not allowed to be appointed as trustees in Nigeria are; infants, undischarged bankrupts, convicts and persons of unsound mind.

My authorities are sections 590 and 592 of the Companies and Allied Matters Act

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