The Board of Trustees (BOT) of the Association of Nigerian Licensed Customs Agents (ANCLA) has officially announced that there is no crisis within its fold and even in ANLCA.
The board has however confirmed that Alhaji Taiwo Mustapha is now the Chairman of the board.
Speaking at a media round-table with reporters at the secretariat of Maritime Reporters Association of Nigeria (MARAN) in Apapa Lagos last week, Secretary of the ANCLA board, Prince Taiye Oyeniyi gave names of other members of the board as: Chief Dennis Okafor, Vice Chairman and Prince Taiye Oyeniyi as Secretary.
He said that together with Mustapha, they would be piloting the affairs of the board for the next two years with effect from 15th April 2018.
According to Oyeniyi, “ANCLA does not have any crisis, the incumbent President Hon. Tony Uju is at peace with every member however some of the issues at hand presently are an internal matter that can be resolved within us”.
The BOT Secretary also gave a brief history of how Henry Njoku had frustrated series of attempts to convene a meeting to peacefully elect a new BOT Chairman.
He argued that Njoku was not removed based on tribal sentiment but on expiration of tenure which was long overdue.