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ANLCA holds Eastern chapters inauguration February 27

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Chinazor Megbolu    |   

The Association of Nigeria Licensed Customs Agents (ANLCA) has slated February 27, 2021 for the swearing-in of the newly elected chapter executives for the Eastern zone.

The National President, ANLCA, Hon. Iju Tony Nwabunike said this at the weekend, saying the fixed date is tentative as the five chapters concerned are harmonising and putting finishing touches to the plans.
According to him; “we have scheduled 27th of February as tentative date for swearing-in. If the need arises for a shift forward or the chapter executives request for us to move it to March, we shall oblige them.
“They are putting heads together and we are not hurrying them about it. I wouldn’t want it to exceed March so that our Board of Trustees, National Executive Committee (NECOM) and other organs of the association can move forward with other issues.
“I wouldn’t want these issues to exceed first quarter of 2021 so that by April we will commence implementation of our other plans that programmes for the year.
“I look forward to the ASECO rounding off on this assignment for all the chapters to swing into action with their new leadership”.
He also commended the electoral empires for the transparent manner the exercise was handled.
Nwabunike further thanked all members that participated for their orderly conduct during the election.
Recall that last week, Mike Ebeatu was elected as Chairman, Onne Chapter, Celestine Chinyere Okere emerged Chairman, Oil and Gas Chapter and Jerry Oparah for Port Harcourt Port Chapter.
Others are; Uche Ohaegbuchi, Chairman, Calabar Port Chapter and Charles Alozie Onyema, Chairman Port Harcourt Airport Chapter

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