|NAGAFF Founder, Dr Boniface Aniebonam|
Freight Forwarders NAGAFF) has restated its commitment to fighting corruption,
while it supports principles of trade facilitation.
this at a media parley held at the NAGAFF Village on Friday in Lagos.
levelled against Deputy Controller Saidu Aliu of the Nigeria Customs Service (NCS)
was called off on agreement for amicable resolution of the issues through
was reached by authorities of the customs service at the Tin-Can Island Port
Command and a delegation of NAGAFF led by him.
association’s tradition to always ensure peaceful resolution of issues
concerning members and government agencies.
relationship with the service, it would not fail to see that the officers work
in line with the NCS tenets and best trade practices.
“The decision of the association to embrace
peaceful resolution of the crisis is based on the association’s philosophy of dialogue,
consultation and responsible partnership in matters concerning our members and
agencies of Government.
that exists between the Nigeria Customs Service and the management of NAGAFF.
“This was earlier reinforced as the authorities
of the Nigeria Customs Service and the management of NAGAFF held a pre-public
hearing meeting with the CAC of the Nigeria Customs Service at TCIP Command.
disagreement were therefore discussed,” he said.
stakeholders’ meeting to update concerned parties of the necessary amends, to
ensure all malpractices were checked in order to support trade devoid of
would support the ‘change agenda’ by supporting the Comptroller-General of Customs, Rtd. Col. Hameed Ali, who is
working on a mandate of restructuring, reforming and enhanced revenue
complained of include the stoppage of containers at the gate after they have
been duly cleared and granted release.
not being done according to prescribed standards; challenges of re-routing,
risk management channels and benchmarking of cargoes.