NAGAFF sets up fact-finding committee on TCIP,PTML Chapters

The National Association of Government Approved Freight Forwarders
(NAGAFF) in a statement, said  that it has set up a Five-Man Fact Finding Committee to look into the activities of its Tin-Can Island and PTML Chapters.

According to the statement, Dr Eugene Nweke disclosed that the move by the Headquarters was  management’s effort  to reposition the association for optimal performances and to be strategically alive to cope with the dynamics of the maritime industry.
"The move was not to witch-hunt anybody, but an administrative effort designed to keep the Association’s officers active and to be on top of their game," the statement quoted Nweke as saying.

According to the statement, the NAGAFF President said the fact- finding committee was also in line with the task put before the new  chapter executives at their inauguration, which is aimed at encouraging them to present their score-cards periodically to identify areas of lapses.

In his response, Chairman of the fact -finding committee, Elder Donatus Ofoma, thanked
the NAGAFF High Command for the confidence reposed in the members.

 Ofoma described the task before the committee as another call to service, as he pledged the total commitment to the assignment with a view to delivering on schedule, to the benefit of  the association.

The committee has been given two weeks to complete its assignment.

The other members are Deaconess Kate E. Oghagbon, Mr. Emeka Nwosu and Mr.
Stanley Ejiogu while Mr. Dipo Olayoku is to serve as its Secretary.