ANLCA President, Nwabunike                            Compliance Committee  Chairman, Aliyu       The Association of Nigerian Licensed Customs Agents (ANLCA) has inaugurated   a Compliance Committee... ANLCA Gets Compliance Committee, Out to Enhance Cargo Clearing at Ports

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ANLCA President, Nwabunike                            Compliance Committee  Chairman, Aliyu

 

 

 

The Association of Nigerian Licensed Customs Agents (ANLCA) has inaugurated   a Compliance Committee , which it sets up to monitor the activities  of  its members and other stakeholders in the Seaport sector to ensure that they operate in tandem with the laws of Nigeria, so as to enhance cargo clearing at the seaports .

The President of the Association, Honourable Tony Nwabunike while inaugurating the Committee at the ANLCA  Secretariat in Amuwo Odofin , Lagos, during the week , charged the members to comport themselves in the discharge of their mandate and  ensure that the stakeholders play by the rules in their operations.

The Chairman of the Committee, Alhaji Leeman Aliyu, a seasoned customs broker  and Executive Director, Operations of ICA Logistics later told Marine and economy in an interview that the Committee would ensure that the stakeholders in the Seaport sector adhere strictly to government policies in their operations.

According to him, the mandate of the Committee is to ensure that the stakeholders operate in tandem with the law setting them up as well as abide by the existing laws of  the Federal Government.

Aliyu stated that the mode of operation of the Committee is to visit any stakeholder discovered to be doing things that are illegal  and inimical to the smooth operations of the seaport sector , have discussions with it , with a view to making it correct its anomalies.

He said ANLCA set up the Committee to assist the government in sanitising the operations of stakeholders in the Seaport sector , enhance cargo clearing from the seaports as well as check acts of corruption .

The Committee Chairman stated that its activities would cover all the companies , which are members of the ANLCA as well as other stakeholders in the  Seaport sector, including the government parastatals and outfits, securities agencies , concessionaires , among others, saying that all the parties are expected to operate within the confines of the law.

According to Aliyu, the essence of the Committee is to ensure that the Seaport sector and all its stakeholders function effectively , with a view to enhance cargo delivery and clearing from the seaports.

The Association of Nigerian Licensed Customs Agents (ANLCA) has inaugurated   a Compliance Committee , which it sets up to monitor the activities  of  its members and other stakeholders in the Seaport sector to ensure that they operate in tandem with the laws of Nigeria.

The President of the Association, Honourable Tony Nwabunike while inaugurating the Committee at the ANLCA  Secretariat in Amuwo Odofin , Lagos, during the week , charged the members to comport themselves in the discharge of their mandate and  ensure that the stakeholders play by the rules in their operations.

The Chairman of the Committee, Alhaji Leeman Aliyu, a seasoned customs broker  and Executive Director, Operations of ICA Logistics later told Marine and economy in an interview that the Committee would ensure that the stakeholders in the Seaport sector adhere strictly to government policies in their operations.

According to him, the mandate of the Committee is to ensure that the stakeholders operate in tandem with the law setting them up as well as abide by the existing laws of  the Federal Government.

Aliyu stated that the mode of operation of the Committee is to visit any stakeholder discovered to be doing things that are illegal  and inimical to the smooth operations of the seaport sector , have discussions with it , with a view to making it correct its anomalies.

He said ANLCA set up the Committee to assist the government in sanitising the operations of stakeholders in the Seaport sector , enhance cargo clearing from the seaports as well as check acts of corruption .

The Committee Chairman stated that its activities would cover all the companies , which are members of the ANLCA as well as other stakeholders in the  Seaport sector, including the government parastatals and outfits, securities agencies , concessionaires , among others, saying that all the parties are expected to operate within the confines of the law.

According to Aliyu, the essence of the Committee is to ensure that the Seaport sector and all its stakeholders function effectively , with a view to enhance cargo delivery and clearing from the seaports.