…Inaugurates Interim Executives Of Muritala Muhammad International Chapter
Association of Nigerian Licensed Customs Agents (ANLCA) President Hon. Tony Iju Nwabunike has made it clear that the association won’t succumb to distractions, intimidated and discouragement by trouble shooters in the guise of elders.
The ANLCA boss made this statement while inaugurating the newly appointed interim executives of the Muritala Muhammad international airport chapter of the Association in Lagos on Tuesday.
He remind the new exco of the task ahead of them and urged them to take their duties and functions seriously.
He said in the next few weeks all ANLCA chapters would have their elections, the board also will come stream and this pronouncement by the President received a thunderous applouse from the audience.
“ANLCA is growing very fast and we won’t be distracted by crisis. Don’t allow anyone to intimidate you, if you have any constitutional issues call us, it’s not your problem.
“You have been appointed for a period of 90 days and if you discharge your duties creditably, you would be entitled for elections for 3 years tenure.”
Hon. Nwabunike told the excos that ANLCA seem to have crisis because promotion is rapid, members are given leadership positions to the chargrin of detractors.
NECOM vice president took the stage to advice the new excos on how to manage themselves without attracting rancour.
He said via a parable that a good house boy doesn’t want another house to crumble, insisting that result should be the ultimate in their new assignment.
The NECOM scribe didn’t mince words in reminding the appointees of their duty to refer always to ANLCA’s constitution anytime there’s an issue.
According to him court cases cannot offer solutions anymore, adding that there are more ways of achieving solutions in time of crisis.” Always consult the constitution, he advises.
The new MM international Airport chapter Chairman Dr. Olisaemeka Ugwunze unbehalf of his excos expressed gratitude to the President and NECOM for giving them the opportunity to function as they pledged their loyalty and support to NECOM.
Part of his action plan would be to rally round his chapter by motivating them in getting the job done.
“My colleagues would be encouraged to work assiduously for the interest of our Association, realising that without them I alone won’t do much. The first step is to plan and support our plans with actions which would ultimately produce result.”
Names of the Seven member excos are Chairman…Dr. Olisaemeka Ugwunze, vice chairman Muruf Erin, Tayo Ogundare, secretary, Kayode Joseph member, Nwachukwu Chukwuemeka member, Christopher Oloko member, Ruth Ikeme Chukwukezirim treasurer.
Last week, two chapters were also inaugurated in Abuja and Kano, a development that puts ANLCA on the path of growth and expansion.