Faceoff Looms In ANLCA As Mustapha, Tony Iju, Set To Clash Again 

Registered BoT Chairman, ANLCA, Taiwo Mustapha
AJOKE PHILIP
Constitutional crisis looms in the Association of Nigerian Liscenced Customs Agents (ANLCA) as Registered Board of Trustee (BoT) led by Taiwo Mustapha and the National Executive Committee (NECOM) are spoiling for war over purpoted tenure elongation by the executive committee led by, Tony Iju Nwabunike.
Recall that the resident of ANLCA, Nwabunike, had said that the tenure of the present executive will elapse on April 2023 after a constitutional amendment which the BoT has described as illegal.
Nwabunike said, “let me use this opportunity to once again address a deliberate falsehood being peddled about tenure elongation. There is no tenure elongation in our association.
“Our association at a duly constituted General Meeting in Owerri, Imo State amended the constitution where a single tenure of five years was adopted. This single tenure of five years starts with my administration . Personally , I must say that it disenfranchised me from having a second term but I am abiding by it because that is the new rule. Accepting the bitter pill is also a personal sacrifice because we must separate leadership from selfishness”
However, the other faction of the association led by the registered Board of Trustee (BoT), however, said the tenure of the association NECOM ends on April 14, 2022.
They insisted that the tenure of the president and other members of NECOM ends on April 14, 2022.

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