By Comfort Oseghale
The Association of Nigerian Licensed Customs Agents (ANLCA) will on next month swear in Tony Iju Nwabunike as its new president. Nwabunike will be taking over from Prince Olayiwola Shittu who has since 2010, led the association as its president. Shittu is the first president of ANLCA to spend two terms in office.
According to a letter dated March 20, 2018 signed by the Chairman, ANLCA Board of Trustees, Chief Henry Njoku, and made available to SHIPS & PORTS DAILY, a 12-man committee has been constituted to oversee the smooth transition of incoming national executives. The members of the committee were also expected to work out a befitting sendoff for the outgoing executives, which would most likely hold on the swearing-in day.
The committee, which is led by the outgoing National Publicity Secretary and Vice President-elect, Kayode Farinto, includes incoming National Secretary Mukaila Abdulazeez; Alloy Nze; Micheal Ebeatu; Dele Azeez and newly elected National, Bola Muse, among others.
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