The crisis which is rocking the Association of Nigeria Licensed Customs Agents (ANLCA) is far from being over. The association’s National Treasurer; Mr. Dada Agubuzo has allegedly written to banks where the association has accounts not to honour any cheques signed by two other signatories; namely National President, Tony Nwabunike and financial secretary, Bola Muse.
This is even as the ANLCA National President, Tony Nwabunike has accused his predecessor, Prince Olayiwola Shittu of leaving behind a paltry N150,068,000 and $70.30USD in the association’s accounts.
He gave a breakdown of lodgement inthe account as follows: Access Bank No. 0005940990--N31,710.76k, FCMB Dollar Account No. 1086706027--$70.30USD and Zenith Bank Account No. 1012460893--N118,358.80k.
Agubuzo was reportedly suspended recently by the National Executive Committee (NEC) of the association for daring to ask questions over withdrawals which he felt were questionable.
The association’s Vice President; Kayode Farinto and the National Secretary, Babatunde Mukaila confirmed the financial crisis to Shipping Position Daily.
Meanwhile the association’s President has alleged that there was no proper documented handing over note from his predecessor. According to him he only got a two page handing over note signed by Prince Taiye Oyeniyi as Secretary of the transition committee.