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NDLEA Appoints NAGAFF Founder an Ambassador of WADA

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The National Drug Law Enforcement Agency (NDLEA) has appointed the Founder of the National Association of Government Approved Freight Forwarders (NAGAFF), Dr. Boniface Okechukwu Aniebonam, an ‘Ambassador of War against Drug Abuse (WADA).


Aniebonam was presented with the letter of appointment at a brief ceremony held at the NAGAFF Headquarters in Apapa, Lagos on Thursday.


Chairman/Chief Executive of NDLEA, Brig. Gen. Mohammed Buba Marwa (Rtd), while presenting the letter said it was in recognition of Aniebonam’s eminent position in the society, as well as his track record in all his endeavours.


The NDLEA boss further submitted that the NAGAFF Founder is being recognised as a well- meaning citizen who has what it takes to be a major ally in the war against drug abuse and illicit trafficking in the interest of Nigeria.


The NDLEA Chief Executive who was represented by the Deputy Commander-General of Narcotics/Director Seaports Operations, Omolade Faboyede, urged Aniebonam to synergise and collaborate with the Agency in propagating the war against drug abuse and illicit trafficking.


Marwa while congratulating the new Ambassador expressed the confidence of the NDLEA in the ability of the NAGAFF Founder in achieving the aims and objectives of the Agency.


Aniebonam in his response expressed his appreciation to the NDLEA Chief Executive and his management for the honour done to him through this appointment.


He used the opportunity to call on Nigerian youth to shun drug abuse as it can only lead to disaster for them and the Country.


The NAGAFF Founder therefore advised them to engage in ventures that will assure them of better future.



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Dr. Aniebonam, NAGAFF Founder

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