ANLCA BOT Chairman, Taiwo Mustapha Thank All For Success of NECOM Election

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By Innocent Orok

The Chairman Board of Trustees of Association of Nigerian Licensed Customs Agents (ANLCA), Alhaji Taiwo Mustapha has send words of appreciation to all ANLCA members and other stakeholders who contributed to the success of the National Executive Committee (NECOM) election held on Thursday in Lagos State.

Mustapha in a thank you message assured that it is a win win contest for both camps and that the winners should be magnanimous in victory.

His message reads, “On behalf of my humble self and on behalf of the Members of the Board of Trustees (BOT) of the Association of Nigeria Licensed Customs Agents (ANLCA), I want to thank all ANLCA members for the cooperation they have given me so far as Chairman of Board of this great Association.

“For me l have a sense of gratitude having come this far with all the turbulence in recent past and knowing that God has made it possible for us to land safely and conclude the change of leadership and look forward to a new vista of cooperation and progress.

“We have not been alone, concerned stakeholders have seen reasons to stand by us at every critical stage, l want to say that we appreciate them all. I however want to say a big thank you to the Customs Consultative Committee (CCC) ably chaired by Aare Hakeem Olarewaju, l want to thank the Council for the Regulation of Freight Forwarding in Nigeria (CRFFN), especially the Council Governing Chairman, Alhaji Tsanni Abubakar, and to thank all members of the Board of Trustees (BOT) for their individual roles in birthing a new administration in ANLCA.

“I want to also put on record the role Prince Taye Oyeniyi has played in the course of this journey and of course, the statesmanship role of Chief Ernest Elochukwu, l thank the two of them specially; while not also forgetting our past leaders for their behind the curtain mediatory roles and counseling.

“In view of the above, especially in view of the safe conduct of the election earlier today (yesterday), l want every member to know that yes, a winner has emerged finally, but want all to be assured that it is a win-win contest for both camps.

“A this juncture, l want to especially call and thank Dr. Kayode Farinto and Alhaji Mukaila Abdulazeez for holding out the best way they could during the period of the crisis in addition to Mukaila Abdulazeez’s brief sole administrator-ship stint; during period which we drew from his wealth of knowledge and experiences about the knitty-gritty of the Association that has contributed to birthing our safe landing.

“I want to also commend and thank the newly elected National Executive Committee (NECOM), especially the National President, Mr. Emenike Nwokeoji and his Vice, Prince Segun Oduntan and to urge them not to see their victory as a winner-take-it-all affair, they must be magnanimous in victory and to reach out to their opponents and to regard the whole exercise as a brotherly contest.

“Having thanked the past acting and newly elected national past presidents for allowing peace to reign at the election to urged them and all members to understand that election is about partisanship and that after it has been won and lost, it is time for partnership and thus they must rally around the new NECOM and National President to make it possible for them to succeed in taking ANLCA to a greater height.

“I believe that for as long as God in His Infinite Mercies continue to keep us alive, those who lost today may win tomorrow, and therefore l urge everyone to keep the peace and continue to offer service through selfless and vigorous support for the good of ANLCA and all its members”, the statement said .

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