NAGAFF Dissolves NECOM, Set For 2018 Chapter Elections As Electioneering Campaigns Begin

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The National Executive Committee (NECOM) of the National Association of
Government Approved Freight Forwarders  (NAGAFF) has been dissolved. The
National President of NAGAFF, Chief Increase Uche who  made the
announcement at an emergency meeting of the National Officers on Tuesday,
August 29, 2017, said the dissolution was in line with the Constitution of
the Association.
Chief Uche expressed the appreciation of the Founder, Dr. Boniface
Okechukwu Aniebonam and the BOT to the erstwhile National Officers for
their selfless service to the Association, and wished them success in
their future endeavors.
He urged them to continue in their dedication to the cause of NAGAFF, and
serve it in any capacity they might be called upon, adding that there will
always be need to tap into their wealth of experience in the service of
the Association.
Members of the dissolved National Officers took turn to thank the Founder
and  the BOT, and pledged their continued loyalty to NAGAFF, while
thanking the Association  for the opportunity offered them to serve the
great Association at the highest level of administration.
Meanwhile, the National President has lifted the ban on electioneering
campaign towards the 2018 elections into the Chapter Executives. Chief
Uche urged whoever is interested in occupying any position in the Chapter
Executives to go into the field to canvass for votes.
He however advised Contestants to play by the rules and put the interest
of NAGAFF into account as they go about the campaigns. It would be
recalled that the current Chapter Executives came into office in April
2014, after the March 2014 elections which brought into office for a
4-year tenure.
According to the Constitution of NAGAFF, a member of the
Chapter Exco is entitled to serve only two (2) terms of 4-years each. It
is mandatory that Electorates and Contestants must be bonifide members of
NAGAFF and Council for the Regulation of Freight Forwarding in Nigeria
(CRFFN). Accordingly, all members must update their membership of NAGAFF
and CRFFN.
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