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Ajuzie promises to deliver on mandate as NAGAFF inaugurates former Chairman as Trade Facilitation Team leader

Ajuzie promises to deliver on mandate as NAGAFF inaugurates former Chairman as Trade Facilitation Team leader

 

 

A former Apapa chapter Chairman of the National Association of Government Approved Freight Forwarders (NAGAFF), Dr. Fred Ajuzie has promised to deliver on his mandate of ensuring trade facilitation in the port through constant engagement with the association for advice.

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He made the promise when he was officially inaugurated as the National Chairman of the Trade Facilitation team of the association on Tuesday at the association’s national headquarters in Lagos.

The newly inaugurated Chairman of the Trade Facilitation Team, whose robust experience in freight practice spans 40 years, appreciated the Founder of NAGAFF, Dr. Boniface Aniebonam and other national executives for the privilege to serve and for spotting the capacity to lead such a sensitive team in the arm of the association.

He added.that he would also organised for his team, knowledge and sensitization programs to enhance their performance.

He however promised that soonest all other trade facilitators in NAGAFF Chapters nationwide will be invited to the headquarters in Lagos for a national assignment

Speaking at the inauguration ceremony, the National president of NAGAFF, Chief Tochukwu Esizi gave a stringent warning to the leadership of the team not to allow duplication of roles or purpose and clash of interest amongst other existing standing committees of the association.

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Chief Esizi stressed that the essence of establishing the Trade Facilitation Team is ultimately to bring a sense of relief to his office and not to cause a burden to the association.

He added that all other standing committees were working together as a family to achieve a common goal for NAGAFF.

Also speaking at the event was the Chairman Board of Trustee, Dr. Chidiebere Enalama who stressed that the management will keep watching the performance of the team to give credit or sanction where and when necessary.

At the peak of the occasion, the Deputy President of NAGAFF, Mr. Simeon Nwonu said that the trade facilitation team had a strong role to play in the business of import and export in Nigeria especially at the time the economy is going through some tough times.

Alhaji Ibrahim Tanko, the National Coordinator for 100% Compliance Team added color to the event by commending the management of the association for choosing his good friend for the task.

Alh. Ibrahim however gave a verdict that any member of his team that is interested to join the Trade Facilitation team must first resign his or her membership from the team

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