Let Status quo Remains, CP, Airport Police Command tells New ANLCA Exco at Airport Chapter


To avert crises at the Murtala Mohammed Airport Cargo Chapter of the Association of Nigerian Licensed Customs Agents (ANLCA), the Commissioner of Police Airport Police Command , CP Aminu Baba Raji has ordered all parties at the ANLCA Airport Chapter to maintained the status quo pending the outcome of the Appeal Court ruling on the case between the incumbent Chairman, Prince Bagmibala Adewusi, ANLCA NECOM, ANLCA BOT Vs Alhaji Bola Ashiru Balogun.

A source who was at the meeting with the CP Lagos State, DSS , other Security agencies and members of ANLCA from both parties and some BOT members on Monday hinted our Correspondent that, after all parties presented their positions and taking into consideration, the incumbent Chairman, Prince Bagmibala Adewusi was duly elected and his tenure is still running, even though the matter is court, everybody should maintain the status quo.

The source said that , though the newly elected ANLCA Excos at the Airport Chapter were urging the CP to locked up the Chapter Secretariat, but the the CP refused, rather he promised to investigate the Appeal Court case if it is genuine and to allow the rule of law to take its course.

It could be recalled that on Friday, 26th April during an Emergency National Executive Council (NEC) meeting of ANLCA, the National President of ANLCA has inaugurated new Executives to run the affairs of the association’s Airport Chapter, ignoring the pending case at the Court of Appeal Lagos, between Prince Bagmibala Adewusi, ANLCA NECOM, ANLCA BOT Vs Alhaji Bola Ashiru Balogun.

The case which was instituted by Alhaji Bola Ashiru Balogun challenging the victory of Prince Bagmibala Adewusi has gone through the Federal High Court which delivered judgement in favour of Alhaji Bola Ashiru Balogun, but Prince Bagmibala Adewusi has appeal the judgement which is coming up on 21st May 2024 for hearing.

The legal battle between the two parties at the ANLCA Airport Chapter started in 2022, from the Federal High Court with case Reference No: Appeal No: CA/LAG/CV/1084/2023, SUITE NO:FHC/L/CS/758/2022.”


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