By Ruth Sunday
The National Association of Government Approved Freight Forwarders (NAGAFF) has felicitated with stakeholders in the total logistics chain management Industry, including Media Practitioners and indeed, the generality of Nigerians on this year’s Christmas and the approaching new year.
The National President of NAGAFF, Chief Tochukwu Ezisi in a statement on behalf of the Founder, Dr. Boniface Aniebonam, the Board of Trustees,and the entire members of the Association congratulated Nigerians for weathering the storm of the recent past to witness the celebration of the birth of our Lord Jesus Christ and the new year, 2022.
Chief Ezisi in s release endorsed by the Secretary General of NAGAFF, Dipo Olayoku urged Nigerians to be grateful to God Almighty for the grace to be alive to witness this season of joy inspire of the various challenges confronting Nigeria in particular and the world at large.
He noted that the COVID-19 Pandemic and its attendant economic upheavals ravaging the world and the problems of insecurity across the country are issues capable of testing the faith of the saints and called on Nigerians to remain hopeful, assuring that tomorrow will be better.
According to him, the problems of banditry, kidnapping s, armed robbery, ethnic lashes and aimless killings being witnessed in the country are symptoms of dislocated priorities, saying Nigerians should not allow these to dampen their hope for brighter tomorrow.
The NAGAFF Boss further reiterated that the birth of the Messiah is a testimony of God’s love which is limitless, stressing that because of the coming of our Saviour, Nigerians should have hope for rebirth in all areas of human endeavors.
In his words, “the good Lord of Hosts is capable of turning the adversities of today to celebrations tomorrow”, while urging Nigerians to be joyful for the Messiah is still alive.
He however enjoined Nigerians to celebrate Christmas with moderation and not to forget the spirit of sharing, which according to him, is the true meaning of love as manifested by God who sent His only begotten Son, Jesus Christ,to come and redeem the world.
Chief Ezisi advised all to move closer to God ieshew all forms of wrongdoings which the Holy Bible described as a “reproach to the nation”, and called on all to dedicate themselves to the service of Nigeria, for a better country.
Photo:. Chief Tochukwu Ezisi, National President of NAGAFF