Following the emergence of newly elected President, Association of Nigeria Licensed Customs Agents (ANLCA), Chief Emenike Nwokeoji; his Deputy, Prince Segun Oduntan and other members of the National Executive Committee (NECOM) last Thursday via elections, an ANLCA leader, Prince Olawale Cole has congratulated the new leadership team.
In a statement released today, Cole expressed optimism for a rewarding future of ANLCA under the leadership of President Emenike Nwokeoji and Vice President Segun Oduntan.
Cole, who also doubles as the Chairman Maritime Barge Operators Unit of the Maritime Workers Union of Nigeria (MWUN), commended the members for their active participation in the democratic process, emphasizing the importance of unity and collaboration within the association after the polls.
“As the Special Adviser to the President of ANLCA, I am delighted to extend my warmest congratulations to President Emenike Nwokeoji, Vice President Segun Oduntan, and the entire NECOM team. Your election is a testament to the faith that ANLCA members have in your abilities to steer this association towards greater achievements.”
“I strongly encourage President Nwokeoji to prioritize unity and harmony within ANLCA. It is my belief that by fostering dialogue and collaboration, we can bridge the gaps that may exist and ensure that ANLCA remains a strong and united voice for customs agents across Nigeria,” Cole remarked.
He noted that the electioneering process has been hailed as a historic moment for ANLCA, marking a new chapter in its journey of service and advocacy.
Cole’s message resonates with the association’s collective excitement about the promising path ahead, one that is filled with growth and innovation, driven by a commitment to peace and unity.
ANLCA members and stakeholders eagerly anticipate the positive impact that President Emenike Nwokeoji, Vice President Segun Oduntan, and NECOM will bring to the customs brokerage profession and the industry as a whole, guided by the principles of unity and collaboration.