NAGAFF Gaining from ANLCA Crisis

NAGAFF Gaining from ANLCA Crisis
Written by Maritime First

The intractable crisis plaguing the Association of Nigerian License Customs Agents (ANLCA) may have begun to blow significantly favourable winds on the NAGAFF, as noteworthy numbers of young freight forwarders have massively joined the latter.

Though independently unconfirmed, a report indicated that a remarkable numbers of up and coming freight forwarders in both Seme Border and the Onne Customs port Command’s opted enmasse for the National Association of Government Approved Freight Forwarders  (NAGAFF), in search of credible leadership.

The NAGAFF founder, Dr. Boniface Aniebonam in a chat Monday morning however confirmed it, saying the body would soon be making a statement on it.

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“We shall in due course, make further statement on it”, he indicated further, adding that for now, the NAGAFF Head of Special Duty, Rev. Emma Agubanze already has the mandate of enlightening stakeholders on the development.



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