Nwabunike Extend An Olive Branch To Aggrieved ANLCA Members


The national president of Association of Nigeria License Customs Agent, ANLCA has appeal to aggrieved members of the association to sheath their swords and come onboard to build enviable and strong ANLCA for the benefit of us all.

This was contained in a press statement issued on Friday by the president, the statement reads,

“The leadership of the  Association of Nigeria Licensed  Customs  Agents (ANLCA) in fulfilment of our mandate to reposition the Association, is poised to carry out its statutory functions and responsibilities as enshrined in the ANLCA Supreme Constitution as amended.

“Such functions and powers of both the NEC and NECOM of ANLCA is to conduct credible  elections into our various Chapters spread across the country to bring purposeful leadership to the Chapters  of the association.
“Gentlemen of the press , you would  recall that last year ANLCA started the conduct of Chapters elections from the Northern zone which saw successful conduct of elections of the Executives of the Kano and Abuja International airports Chapters of the Association.
“On the 25th of January 2021, Association Electoral Commission (ASECO) moved to the Eastern zone of the association to conduct the Chapter elections into  Onne port, Calabar port, Port Harcourt Area 1 , Onne Oil & Gas and the Port Harcourt International Airport  Chapters. The elections was successfully carried out with all members and contestants satisfied with the outcome.
“In the same vain, on the 16th, February 2021, elections were conducted into some Chapters of the Western Zone of ANLCA in the strict observance of the Covid-19 protocols  in Lagos. The Chapters   includes, Apapa Port, Tin Can  Island Port, PTML , KLT  and Ikorodu .

“At the end of the election the following candidates emerged as winners: Apapa Port Chapter–Chief Sylvester Budu , Chairman; Kayode Jejelaye, Vice Chairman; Razak Ishola, Secretary; and Lawrence Uba, Assistant Secretary.Others are Nnammocha Joseph, Financial Secretary; Hakeem Olodan, Treasurer; and Emeka Mbachu, Public Relations Officer (PRO).

“Tin Can Island Port Chapter–Ojo Peters Akintoye emerged as the Chairman; Sonniel Ebonyem Onochie, Vice Chairman; Nzeribe Ebere, Secretary; and Abdulazeez  Obafemi Hakeem, Assistant Secretary.

“Others are Olawale Cole, Treasurer; Waisiu Bunmi Osinowo, Financial Secretary; and Onome A. Joy as Public Relations Officer ( PRO).
“The Port and Terminal  Multipurpose  Limited (PTML) elected Otunba Sunday Oyebola as their Chairman, Alhaji Lameen Muse as Vice Chairman, and Chijioke Daniel as Secretary. Also at the Kirikiri Lighter Terminal (KLT), Esther Oluwatoyin Oyeleke was elected as Chairman, making her the first female Chapter chairman in the Western Zone of ANLCA. While  the Ikorodu chapter of the association elected Prince Lawal  Jimoh as their chairman.

“Efforts are in top gear by the ASECO to conduct credible elections into the remaining chapters of the Western Zone.
Gentlemen of the press,  I want to assure you that under my watch as the National President of ANLCA,  I will follow to the later the constitutional provisions of our association to make sure things are always done the right way.

“I want to also use this medium to once again appeal to our aggrieved brothers to sheath their swords and come onboard for us to build enviable and strong ANLCA for the benefit of us all.
“And to our stakeholders, I want to assure you that  the ANLCA of today is transforming into an association of intellectual professionals with proven integrity that can stand among their peers across the globe.
“I want to sincerely thank the media, especially the maritime press who have been our great pillar of support. I want to urge you all to always stand for truth, facts and verify from us whenever you hear or read anything about our great association, ANLCA”


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