LAGOS – The National Association of Government Approved Freight Forwarders (NAGAFF) has inaugurated a five-man Fact-Finding Committee to look into activities of two of its chapters.
A statement issued on Friday in Lagos by the Secretary of the association, Mr Dapo Olayoku, identified the two chapters as the Tin-Can Island Port and Ports and Terminal Multi-Services Ltd (PTML) in Lagos
The statement said the committee was inaugurated at the NAGAFF Headquarters by the National President of the association, Dr. Eugene Nweke.
The statement said that this was another effort to reposition the association for optimal performance so that it could be strategically alive to cope with the dynamism of the maritime industry.
Nweke was quoted as saying that the move was not to witch-hunt anybody, but an administrative effort to keep officers on their toes.
He said that the committee was inaugurated in line with the task put before the new executives aimed at encouraging them to present their score-cards periodically and identify areas of lapses.
In his response, the Chairman of the Committee, Mr Donatus Ofoma, said he appreciated the confidence reposed in members of the committee.
Ofoma described the task before the committee as a call to service and pledged total commitment to the assignment in order to deliver on schedule.
NAN reports that the committee has two weeks to complete its assignment.
Other members of the committee are: Mrs Kate Oghagbon, Mr Emeka Nwosu and Mr Stanley Ejiogu, while Mr Dipo Olayoku would serve as Secretary. (NAN)