Maritime Police Command to support ANLCA – AIG Olofu 



The Assistant Inspector-General of Police (AIG), Maritime Police Command, AIG Olofu A. Rhoda has reiterated her willingness and commitment to fully support the activities of the Association of Nigeria Licensed Customs Agents (ANLCA).

A statement signed by Maritime Police Command Ag. Police Public Relations Officer, ASP Ehinmode, A. Rowland, contained.

Speaking at the inauguration programme of the National Executive Committee of the Association, held on Thursday 23rd November 2023 at the Marcellina Place, Ikeja, Lagos, the AIG congratulated the newly elected members of the Executive for being found worthy to serve in their respective capacities after about five years of serious debacles.

Olofu advised them to strive for unity, respect the rule of law and be tolerant while making bold her stand and support for them.

Ehinmode further disclosed that the AIG assured ANLCA and other stakeholders in the maritime domain of her readiness to deepen the existing cordial relationship by working towards removing all perceived obstacles hindering the ease of doing business in strict compliance with the Federal Government directives which was effectively disseminated by the Inspector-General of Police, IGP Olukayode A. Egbetokun, psc, NPM, Ph.D.

AIG Olofu concluded by imploring ANLCA members to be lawful in all their dealings and always bring to her notice anything untoward so as to remedy such without delay.

Some of the dignitaries present at the occasion are Dr Dakuku Peterside, former DG NIMASA and chairman of the occasion, Comptroller General of Customs, CG Bashir Adewale Adeniyi represented by Assistant Comptroller General of Customs, Zone A Command, Lagos, representative of the Commissioner of Police Lagos State, ACP Idowu Olanrewaju, Barrister (Dr) Hassan Bello, former Secretary/Chief Executive Officer of Nigerian Shippers’ Council who was the keynote speaker at the event, Customs Area Comptroller, Tincan Area Command, Comptroller DA Nnadi, mni, His Royal Majesty, Oba Adesegun Ajasa, the Onigbongbo of Ikeja amongst many others.

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