NAGAFF tasks youth ambassadors on credible conduct

One of the youth ambassadors displaying his certificate

The National Association of Government Approved Freight Forwarders (NAGAFF) has in its quest for youth empowerment and value addition, tasked its youth ambassadors to be positive in their conduct and achieve economic goals.

Founder of the association, Chief Boniface Aniebonam, made known at the weekend that the essence of the initiative and effort was to have young people engaged productively so that they be useful to themselves and to society at large.

Aniebonam spoke during NAGAFF's pubic presentation of a new set of youth ambassadors, who were also presented with certificates of their appointment.

Speaking at the presentation, Elder Simeon Nwaonu, Deputy National President, NAGAFF Headquarters, said NAGAFF selected the youths to add value to the growth of the nation and peaceful co-existence of her people which the association has been preaching in all its actions.
He noted that NAGAFF as an association recognizes, builds and supports talents to grow, charging the appointed ambassadors to encourage others to engage in meaningful ventures.

 ‘’NAGAFF is revolutionary in thinking, character and determination and thus champions the peaceful co-existence of Nigerians through empowerment of the youths as Dr. Boniface Aniebonam is concerned about the well-being of youths contributing to the growth of the society.’’

Nwaonu noted that the association would not hesitate to withdraw the ambassadorial certificates from the ambassadors if found not acting in line with the rules and objectives of the office.

Speaking, Aniebonam added that the association remained interested in the empowerment of youths and noted that the youths who had been trained in  freight forwarding business were performing satisfactorily.

Aniebonam said the appointees would not be the first and the last, as he advised them to be of good behaviour and respect the laws of the land.

He said: ‘’We have taken freight forwarding to the next level as we have trained over 1500 youths in freight forwarding who are doing well in the business and adding value to the growth of the nation. At NAGAFF, we are interested in young ones, grow them to be useful for themselves and the nation.”

Speaking on behalf of the ambassadors, Prince Ndubuisi thanked NAGAFF for counting them worthy of its ambassadors and promised to be of good behaviour and promote the association in positive lights.  
The youth ambassadors include: Prince Ndubuisi, Ikechukwu Ezegha, Sunday Bassey, Emmanuel Ohanusi Chinozo, Cryil Uzoma Deala, Adeoye Abiodun and Mohammed Abdullahi.

The certificates were presented to the ambassadors by Mr. Chidiebere Emenalo, Chairman, NAGAFF Board of Trustees, who also charged them to be keep up in their conducts as expected of them.