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Customs agents withdraw from Maritime Advocacy Group


LAGOS – The Association of Nigerian Licensed Customs Agents (ANLCA) on Friday announced that it had withdrawn membership of Maritime Advocacy and Action Group (MAAG).
The association, in a statement made available to the News Agency of Nigeria (NAN) in Lagos said that it had notified MAAG of the decision.
The statement quotes ANLCA’s National Secretary, Dr Emmanuel Oparah, as saying that the decision to withdraw from MAAG was taken at a well-attended meeting by its national leaders.
It explained that the association withdrew its membership because the MAAG appeared to be losing focus.
The statement added that ANLCA may not reverse the decision ‘’until otherwise directed by the association’s national executive council’’.
NAN reports that ANLCA had on Nov. 27, 2014, after a meeting of its national leaders, gave notice of its intention to withdraw from MAAG. (NAN)

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