ANLCA: Joe Sanni Bombs Nwabunike For Endorsing Farinto

ANLCA: Joe Sanni Bombs Nwabunike For Endorsing Farinto

The endorsement of Dr Kayode Farinto, the Acting President of the Association of Nigerian Licensed Customs Agents (ANLCA) by a former President of the association Tony Iju Nwabunike has drawn the ire of Joe Sanni, the immediate past National Publicity Secretary of the association.

He chided Nwabunike for hiding abroad while endorsing his former Vice President and describing him as “a loyal, consistent and forthright individual who believes in the sustainable institutional framework that holds ANLCA together, come rain come shine” yet he issued him queries twice during his tenure.

“Tony Iju Nwabunike, from his hideout abroad, rolled out what, in this interventionist estimation, appears as an endorsement of some sort of his former National Vice President – Kayode Farinto, to contest the office of the National President of ANLCA at NECOM elections that they, in collaboration with Henry Njoku, have arranged, ahead of Chapters elections, in order to take undue advantage of the block votes of the Eastern Zone Chapters and some chapters in Northern and Western Zones”.

ANLCA members see in Farinto a disloyal, dishonest and doubtable character in ANLCA. Otherwise, why would Farinto be issued queries twice by the same Tony Iju in the course of the tenure? Farinto is a complete opposite of what Tony wants members of ANLCA to believe now, having experienced 5 years of unrelenting embarrassments/harassments” he stated.

Sanni added that Nwabunike and Farinto were both responsible for the level that ANLCA has sunk into while wondering on what basis will anyone vote for Farinto again.

“If both Tony Iju and Kayode Farinto were unable to properly manage the affairs of ANLCA, on what basis will Tony Iju be recommending Kayode Farinto to the electorate he abandoned midway into his tenure, and expect ANLCA members to vote again for a Kayode Farinto?

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