The Association of Nigeria Licensed Customs Agents (ANLCA) has accepted and received the apology letter of one of the suspended members, Mr. Temitope Akindele, in a move to restore peace into the association.
Recall that the association had suspended seven members over alleged gross indiscipline and anti-association activities.
Speaking at the association’s national secretariat on Wednesday ANLCA National Vice President, Kayode Farinto, urged those who thought they could bring down the association to have a re-think, stating that what kills a man is ego, which, he said is what is affecting ANLCA.
He added that a lot of things are happening in the industry and ANLCA members are suffering as a result of in-fighting in the association.
“I will tell you today that God is visiting ANCLA, and this is just the beginning of a big thing that is happening in the association,” he said.
He said ANLCA would extend a letter of invitation to Mr. Temitope Akindele and all the leaders of the association present for National Executive Committee Members (NECOM) meeting on Thursday.
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Meanwhile, Akindele, a former general secretary and vice-chairman of Murtala Muhammed Airport chapter, said he tendered the apology as a result of spiritual direction to seek peace with everyone.
“I’m sure this is the beginning of reconciliation and total peace in ANLCA. Nothing has ever been wrong and spoilt that could never be amended. Like I said, it is going to be give and take. Give this, you take this. Nobody has ever lost anything in ANLCA.
“We will all come together irrespective of status in the association. The whole chapters in the federation will come back and speak out, this is how we want the association to grow. That is why somebody has to champion this course.
He said the letter of apology which he tendered was to begin reconciliation, saying that nobody has left the association and everybody has to come to the table and resolve the crisis in the association.
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