(ANLCA) has orders its members against paying practitioners’ fee to the Council
for Regulations of Freight Forwarding in Nigeria (CRFFN).
Lagos, ANLCA National Publicity Secretary, Dr Kayode Farinto said the NEC,
which the highest decision is making body of the association, had also
suspended any further discussions between the association and CRFFN until
CRFFN to introduce levy that would increase cost of clearing goods at the
with the management of CRFFN to come up with recommendation towards further
negotiate and take all appropriate steps towards ANLCA professional interest,”
he told journalists.
association’s former President, Chief Ernest Elechukwu; Chief Peter Obi; Prince
Taiye Oyeniyi; Mayor Ekweche; David Kanikwu; Bayo Oyekanju; Alhaji Umar Ibrahim
collection of practicing fee from customs brokers and freight forwarders from
May 11th 2015.
of the powers conferred on the Council for the Regulation of Freight Forwarding
in Nigeria under section 4 (d) and 6 (2) (C) of the CRFFN Act No 16 of 2007,
notice is hereby brought to all registered freight forwarders; all seaport
terminal operators; all airports cargo terminal handlers and the general public
that the collection of practitioners fee by the council commence on Monday 11th
principals to divert their cargoes from NAHCO to other warehouses at the
Murtala Muhammed International Airport should NAHCO proceed with the 30%
increase in its cargo handling charges.