NAGAFF President, Ezisi begins familiarization tour of western zone port commands.

NAGAFF President, Ezisi begins familiarization tour of western zone port commands.


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The President of National Association of Government Approved Freight Forwarders (NAGAFF), High Cvhief Tochukwu Ezisi has flagged of his presidential visit to Commands in the Western Zone Ports.

This tour was in fulfilment of his promise earlier made during his inauguration ceremony along with other appointed members of the National Executive Council in Apapa.

Speaking at the office of the Area Commander, Apapa Special Command, Nigeria Drug Law Enforcement Agency (NDLEA), Apapa, High Chief Ezisi said the purpose of the visit was to interface with the Commander as well as introduce the newly elected executives of the Apapa Chapter of NAGAFF for better relationship.

Responding, the Area Commander, Apapa Special Command CN Ishaku Kwajafa who urged freight forwarders to be careful in releasing their licences to anyone for business transactions, also enjoined them to find out actual content of the containers they are clearing

Commander Kwajafa further advised the officers to be civil in their day to day activities while calling for more understanding of freight forwarders to avoid conflicts with their officers.

He called for prompt communication in case of any issue for proper handling and assured of the cooperation of the agency to NAGAFF

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High Chief Tochukwu Ezisi was accompanied on the visits by members of the National Executives Council of NAGAFF and the Executive members of the Apapa chapter of NAGAFF.

He also visited the Director of State Security Services, Apapa, Mohammed Nasiru, the Port Commissioner of Police, and the the Director of SSS, Port, Mohammed Nasiru.

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