ANLCA Commissions New Secretariat, 2 Vehicles At Apapa

ANLCA Commissions New Secretariat, Operational Vehicles At Apapa
The National Vice President, Association of Nigeria Licensed Customs Agent, Dr. Kayode Farinto (middle), Chairman, ANLCA Apapa Chapter, Dr. Sylvester Budu and other ANLCA members; during the commissioning of Apapa ANLCA secretariat and operational vehicles, yesterday.

By Kenneth Jukpor

The Association of Nigeria Licensed Customs Agents (ANLCA) commissioned a new secretariat and two operational buses at the Apapa Chapter in Lagos, yesterday.

Amid the fanfare, the President of ANLCA, Hon Tony Iju Nwabunike described the accomplishment as a huge feat even as he commended the Apapa Chapter Chairman, Dr. Sylvester Budu.

The ANLCA President who was represented by the National Vice President, Dr. Kayode Farinto also applauded the members of the Chapter for the immense support which led to the feat.

Dr. Farinto stated that the Association’s only regret since the emergence of Budu as Apapa Chairman was that he didn’t come on the scene several years earlier.

Farinto said: “Having observed this accomplishment in just few weeks of Budu’s administration, our only regret as an association will be that Budu hasn’t been Apapa Chairman over ten years ago. If he had been chairman years ago, we can only imagine the level of achievements he would have gotten.”

While assuring that the national executives were in full support of the Chapter’s activities, Farinto admonished Budu and his executives to prioritize the interest of members.

“Your responsibility is to ensure that members don’t suffer from issues that you could address. Your leadership should also be more concerned about doing the work, than the perks,” the National Vice President said.

On his part, the Apapa Chapter Chairman, Chief Sylvester Budu described the event as a moment of joy and celebration.

“We achieved this today as a result of the immense support from our members and the divine intervention by God. This is only the beginning for this Chapter and we are resolved to make significant accomplishments in the near future,” he said.

Budu also pleaded freight agents to be patient with the electronic truck call-up system at the port, noting that as a new initiative it was only suffering from teething problems that would be addressed.

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