Mr Komolafe insisted the commission remains the sole regulator in dealing with such matters, contradicting an earlier statement where Mr Buhari.
The NGX All-Share Index recorded a growth of 5.69 per cent in the month of April.
The market negative performance was driven by price depreciation in large and medium capitalised stocks.
Seplat Energy recorded the highest gain of 10 per cent to close at N869 per share.
An analysis of the price movement table shows that 20 stocks posted price growth in contrast with 13 laggards.
The upturn was impacted by gains recorded in large and medium capitalised stocks.
Market sentiment was positive with 21 gainers relative to 17 losers.
Market breadth was positive with 20 stocks against 11 losers.
The domestic stock market yesterday increased further by 0.19 per cent, resulting from investors’ buy interest in mainly consumer goods and industrial sectors.
An analysis of the price movement chart shows that 28 stocks posted gains in contrast with 10 laggards.