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RE: REGULATION OF LICENSED CUSTOMS AGENTS UNDER THE FEDERAL MINISTRY OF FINANCE AND THE CONFLICT OF THE DISSOLVED GOVERNING BOARD OF THE COUNCIL FOR THE REGULATION OF FREIGHT FORWARDING IN NIGERIA

 

eukemi1

March 30, 2015

 

The Honourable Minister,

Ministry of Finance,

Abuja

FCT.

 

Dear Madam,

 

RE:     REGULATION OF LICENSED CUSTOMS AGENTS UNDER THE FEDERAL MINISTRY OF FINANCE AND THE CONFLICT OF THE DISSOLVED GOVERNING BOARD OF THE COUNCIL FOR THE REGULATION OF FREIGHT FORWARDING IN NIGERIA

We have been constrained as critical stakeholders in the Logistics Supply Chain to respond to the recent letter purportedly written by Mr. Lucky Eyis Amiwero to the Area Comptroller of Apapa Port Complex Mr. Willy Egbudin on the above quoted subject. There are two reasons why our prompt intervention in this matter is important. First, is to correct the erroneous impression being peddled by the writer to perpetually hold the unsuspecting Customs Agents and the Importing Community spell bound. Second, is to expose his ignorance and lack of adequate knowledge of the subject matter.

To the first, the implication is that as the name Customs Agents applies, it is a vocation which its growth is limited to the extent the name could propel the bearer and the Importing Public who are majorly businessmen with the penchant to maximize profit by hiding under the complex circumstances of dishonest declarations often aided by the Licensed Customs Agents. It is therefore understandable that beneficiaries of the prevailing old order would always support the status quo ante.

The second involves a thorough exposure of the shallow knowledge of the writer who has sufficiently portrayed himself as not having an in-depth intellectual capacity to handle the subject, this could be seen in the lack of form, cohesion and disjointed nature of the write up. Understandably, the epistle was carefully designed to further mislead the government and the trading public in general. Suffice it to say that Mr. Lucky’s membership of the various ministerial committees on Customs reforms could have been the reason that over the years no iota of modification or review of the current licensing regulation of the Nigeria Customs Service could be said to have taken place in spite of the numerous reforms in the Service.

These glitches have culminated in portraying the Licensed Customs Agents in Nigeria as a group that lacks proper identity. International conferences meant for the networking of Logistics service providers are attended by Nigerians who hide under the name Customs Brokers who come back home to resume as clearing agents; they belong to International Federation of Customs Brokers Association (IFCBA) with the notion that the vocation of a Customs agent is international; they are aware that even the IFCBA are members of FIATA; but in their own country they are bigger than their regulatory body that represents them in FIATA; they want to become brokers but lacks the intelligence to seek for liberation and professionalism because of their limited knowledge of the industry.

While a Country like South Africa under its newly formed Federation of Clearing and Forwarding Association of March 29, 2010 recognizes the rationalization and harmonization of customs clearing procedure; the creation of opportunities for industry players to venture more into cross border business; the threat to the business of customs clearing agents with the advancement into e-clearance; the imperative of  shifting their future mindset and embarking more on diversified freight logistics activities rather than relying on processes that depend on government revenue collection, the Nigeria Customs Agents are still bent on hiding under the provisions of archaic law that tends to subjugate them into clustering under one function. Aside pointing out the knowledge deficiency of the originator of this write up this paper shall amongst other thing xray the relevance or otherwise of the Customs agent, customs broker and the freight forwatder.

  1. 1.                  THE LICENSED CUSTOMS AGENTS AS GLOBALLY RECOGNISED TRADE PROCEDURE EXPERTS

This topic would have been interesting if a definition of a Licensed Customs Agent was given. However, it is instructive to note that no trade procedure expertise is required to render the services hereunder:

  • WTO, WCO, UNCTAD etc. are International Organizations that set standards and guideline for the administration of National Customs and not Licensed Customs Agents.
  • The Harmonized Commodity Description and Coding System, (HS) code and its application in cargo classification are open to the general public and not restricted to Licensed Customs Agents.
  •  Interpretation of trade laws depends on the knowledgeability of both the Customs Officers,   and everyone engaged in international trade.
  • The Valuation units of all Customs Commands are solely responsible for issuance of value and to participate in the bi-annual meetings of the Valuation Committee of the WCO based in Brussel and not Customs Agents. GATT article V11 and rules of origin are meant to be complied by the importing public.
  • Classification of goods, interpretation of trade laws, treatment of good etc, are primary steps in cargo documentation procedure.
  • The provision of all the above services does not necessarily need a Licensed Customs Agent.
  • They are mostly rendered through advisory and consultancy services provided to the Importer/consignees by the Freight logistics experts prior to placing order or cargo importation proper.

The international trade procedure in Nigeria requires an intending importer to first open Form M. The above information is a general requirement to complete the statutory provisions on import guideline. With the knowledge of Information and Communication Technology anyone including the importer could assess all these information on Nigeria Customs Trade Hub/Portal.

  1. 2.                  GLOBAL APPLICATION OF LICENSED CUSTOMS AGENTS

DEFINITION OF LICENSED CUSTOMS AGENT

A Customs Licensed Agent is a company registered under Part C of the Company and Allied matters Decree of 1990, and licensed by the Nigeria Customs Service to carry out businesses relating to Customs formalities in the import/export transactions as provided by Customs and Excise Management Act (CEMA). Please see Chapters 153 – 156 of CEMA. The Nigeria Customs Licensing regulation recognizes: the individual, the firm and corporate bodies. Currently, all Licensed Customs Agents in Nigeria are corporate bodies. There are no global bodies that issue licenses to Customs Agents as indicated below:

  • Licensed Customs Agency vocation is not an international business and does not have any global application.
  • The operations of Customs Agents are guided by the National Customs Administration.
  • Customs Agents, Clearing Agents and Customs House Agents could be grouped together and are still dominantly applicable in third world countries which are yet to advance to Customs Brokerage; this is evident in the attached list of countries practicing Licensed Customs Agency and Customs Brokerage as contained in Mr. Lucky’s write up.
  • Licensed Customs Agents are inferior to Customs brokers.
  • They are grouped as unskilled workers.
  • Since 1958 Customs agents has remained the same, no injection of new ideas, no formal and minimum entrance requirement etc.
  • There is an urgent need to scrap Customs agents to pave way for customs brokers
  • Customs agents are outmoded and are being replaced by customs brokers.
  • In Nigeria, Licensed Customs Agents are corporate bodies only.
  • They are artificial bodies which cannot acquire skill and knowledge
  • There is no formal training or qualification for becoming a Licensed Customs Agent in Nigeria unlike in India where we have Customs House agents an applicant must abide by a minimum qualification.
  • Only interviews organized by Nigeria Customs which most times is carry out by proxy are the only known minimum qualification to become a Licensed Customs Agent.
  • Licensed Customs Agents activities ends within the confines of the Customs.
  • Their role ends in document preparation and cargo release from a proper custom officer.
  • Customs Agents only provides a fractional aspect of the Freight forwarding services.
  • They are Non assets domestic Forwarders, and therefore, are not cargo movers
  • Customs agents operate only at the downstream sector of the supply chain.
  • They aid revenue leakages and short collections in the clearance process.
  • Customs Agents are not professional
  • Non compliant to trade rules.
  • They are reasons for the rampant cases of non compliant to trade rules.

 

  1. 3.                  THE LAWS THAT ESTABLISHED THE LICENSED CUSTOMS AGENTS AND ITS FUNCTIONS IN NIGERIA

The legal powers of Licensed Customs agents as contained in sections 153-156 CEMA are not under dispute.  We must point out here that, this portion of the CEMA has only experienced partial implementation over the years. Take for instance, under section 153 sub-sections (2) as quoted by Mr. Lucky Amiwero. That subject to subsection (1) , of this section, anything required by this Act to be done by importer or exporter of  goods or excise trader may except where the board otherwise requires be done on his behalf-

A person exclusively in the employment of the importer or exporters

A person Licensed as a Customs Agent or Excise agents in accordance with regulation made under section 156 of this act.

It may be necessary for one to ask if the word “person” here represents a natural person or artificial persons and since the licensing regulation of the Nigeria Customs recognizes both the individual, firm and corporate entities, why has the NCS restricted the issuance of Licenses only to corporate bodies. The reasons often adduced to this argument which to aid the easy tracking of offenders of the Law does not hold water. This is because in all the advanced countries that practices Customs brokerage where mainly individuals/nominee are licensed brokers such issue does not occur sanctions on the individual is more punitive.

  1. 4.                  FUNCTIONS OF LICENSED CUSTOMS AGENTS AS CONTAINED IN THE CUSTOMS AND EXCISE MANAGEMENT ACT C 45 2004

The only known function of customs agents is the facilitation of customs formalities which ends with cargo release and within the confines of customs formation or periphery. All the assumed functions that customs agents arrogate themselves are voided. The use of Customs license to create what is known as shipping company and terminal authority are meddle some, as there is no known legislation that allows such practice.  CRFFN is expected to ensure that only registered individual members of the council are allowed to appear on form C30, Shipping Company/ Terminal authorities. The bypass of CRFFN by NPA, Shipping Companies, Terminals and other government agencies in the use customs licenses that are not registered should be stopped.

  1. 5.                  REGULATION OF CUSTOMS AGENTS BY MINISTER OF FINANCE CEMA SECTION 156

 

It is not always a must that operating licenses/ permits be issued by a particular establishment. In Australia CB is licensed by DIBP. It is the duty of the CRFFN to give approval for issuance of licenses to forwarders    section 19 (3) should be

 

  1. 6.                  CHALLENGES AND MISCONCEPTION OF THE ESTABLISHMENT OF THE COUNCIL FOR THE REGULATION OF FREIGHT FORWARDING IN NIGERIA

 

Sub heading no 6 to 15 in Mr. Amiwero’s petition clearly dwelt on issues concerning CRFFN. We see Mr. Amiwero as being mischievous by dabbling into issues bordering on an organization which he is not a member. This is the same council where he contested election and lost. He later took the same Council to Court and also failed. He has nothing to either gain or lose in the management of the body.He is an ordinary busy body; a meddlesome interloper; a cheap loser; and a man of no consequence. We advise he should first register with the Council before dabbling into CRFFN matters. Similarly, is it not absurd that Mr. Lucky should address such a letter to a CAC of a command instead of the Hon. Minister of Finance? This again shows his penchant at currying cheap favors and to fulfill his insatiable stomach infrastructure.

 

CUSTOMS BROKERS

The name Customs broker and Customs agent are two different nomenclatures and cannot be used interchangeably as claimed by Mr. Lucky Amiwero. The licensing procedures and the roles they perform are quiet distinct to each other. While Customs brokerage is practiced in advanced countries with modern Customs Service, Customs Agents or clearing agents operate mainly in third world countries that are yet to reform and modernize customs service operation. The list reproduced by Mr. Lucky is a good example showing advance countries who practice Customs Brokerage like the U.S. Canada, Australia, China, Thailand etc , and some third world countries like the India, Ghana, south Africa, Kenya etc that still practice as Customs agents and clearing agents. The general requirements to be eligible to become qualified as a Customs Broker are:

  • You must have attained 21years and above and a citizen of that country.
  •  You must not be a civil servant
  • You must possess good moral character.
  • You must pass the Customs License Broker examination.

All the above attributes simply indicates that only natural persons are licensed to become customs Brokers. Partnerships, Associations and Corporations wishing to transact Customs businesses must have at least one individually licensed practitioner, partner or associate to qualify the company’s license.

In Australia, Canada, Thailand, China, the United States etc., to be precise, Customs brokers are private individuals, partnerships, associations or corporate bodies licensed and empowered by the Customs Authorities or any other authorizing body to assist importers and exporters in meeting trade requirements governing imports and exports. Brokers submit necessary information and appropriate payments to Customs departments on behalf of their clients and charge them a fee for this service. Customs brokers are experts in the entry procedure, admissibility requirements, classification, valuation, rates and duty, applicable taxes and fees payable for imported merchandise.

  • The use of this nomenclature interchangeably with Customs Agents depicts the heights of ignorance by Nigerians, the like’s of the Mr. Lucky Amiwero.
  • Customs brokerage is created by law. For now, there is no known statutory provision covering the practice of Customs Brokerage in Nigeria.
  • The migration of Customs Agents to Customs Brokers has been part of Customs modernization in developed nations, essentially, fast growing economies like Nigeria.
  • Unlike Customs Agents who are not required to be trained, the requirements to become a Custom Broker is that you must be thoroughly trained, pass requisite examinations before being licensed by the Customs authority.
  • Brokerage recognizes mainly Individuals who are “persons of integrity”, than Firms and Corporate entities.
  • Firms and Corporate bodies wishing to register by National Customs as brokerage firms must employ at least one individual broker (declarant or nominee).
  • Brokers are majorly individual practitioners and are grouped amongst professionals in the world today.
  • Brokers (individual) are licensed by Customs with passwords with which to make declaration for customs purposes.
  • A broker ensures full compliance to trade laws and responsibilities for any default by the declaring entity.
  • The licensing of brokers is not restricted to customs authority in some countries. Example is Australia, where brokers are licensed by the Department of Immigration and Border Protection (DIBP).
  • Brokers are employees of corporate bodies which could be a freight forwarding firm, trading company or manufacturing companies etc.
  • Brokers are majorly seen and used by the government to ensure transparency and genuine cargo declaration for customs purposes.

FREIGHT FORWARDING AND LOGISTICS SERVICES

The internationally acceptable definition of Freight Forwarding and Logistics Services which is still current till date was the one given by the International Federation of Freight Forwarders Associations (FIATA) and The European Association for Forwarding, Transport, Logistics and Customs Service (CLECAT) Viz: Freight Forwarding and Logistics Services means services of any kind relating to the carriage (performed by single mode or multimodal transport means), consolidation, storage, handling packing or distribution of the goods as well as ancillary and advisory services in connection therewith, including but not limited to Customs and Fiscal matters, declaring the goods for official purposes, procuring insurance of the Goods and collecting or procuring payment or documents relating to the goods.

The above definition clearly captures the entire components and the different activities covered and performed by a freight forwarder. Of all the above functions, the only limiting factor to the competence of the freight forwarder not to incorporate any of the aforementioned services could be lack of integrated approach to the logistics chain. The CRFFN Act No 16 of 2007 defines a Freight forwarder as a person or company who arranges the carriage or movement of goods and associated formalities on behalf of importer or exporter along the international boundaries of seaports, cargo airports or land border station.

This definition looks concise but very elaborate.

“Who arranges the carriage or movement of goods” means the role of the Freight forwarder in the use of different modes of transport either as single or multimodal transport system to get goods to its destination from the point of origin.

“Associated formalities” captures all other activities ranging from trade enquiries to fulfillment of regulatory provision, customs official procedures, storage, consolidation, packing, handling, and distribution, to advisory and consultancy services etc.

“along the international boundaries” indicates the entry and exit points into Nigeria which include the seaport; airports; and the border stations.

The freight forwarder is an acclaimed multifaceted and interdisciplinary person who is skillful and knowledgeable in the intricacies of the movement of internationally traded goods from the point of origin to the point of destination.

For the purposes of clarity, the freight forwarding family comprises the following:

  • Consolidators and Cargo Brokers
  • Packing and Packaging Firms
  • Storage and Warehousing Operators
  • Air Freighting Companies
  • Customs Brokers
  • Courier Companies
  • Multimodal Transport Operators
  • Global Logistics Providers
  • Logistics Supply Chain
  • 3rd Party and 4th Party Logistics Service Providers etc.

Of the many services rendered by the Customs brokerage is just a segment. It is extremely difficult and rarely impossible for a customs Broker to exclusively complete the clearance process of a single consignment without plunging into one or two other aspect of freight forwarding. This is a clear proof that customs brokerage is an integral aspect of Freight Forwarding.

It is instructive to note that, the freight forwarder operates both at the upstream and the downstream sector of the logistics supply chain. He is referred to as the architect of transport because of his versatility in the use of the various modes of transport in moving goods across international frontiers and national boundaries. Freight forwarding services is so dynamic and has remained the most dynamic tool that drives the globalization policy. Regretfully, Freight forwarding has remained the most under developed sub-sector in the entire transport logistic supply chain in Nigeria.

The success of the Cargo Tracking Note being propagated by the Nigeria Shippers Council could only be guaranteed and sustained to achieve its intendment by total reformation and sanitization of the freight forwarding sector. Undoubtedly, International Security measures, regulatory compliance and the transparency of the supply chain are the dominant concern of Freight forwarders.

CONCLUSION

As a matter of urgency we would at this stage encourage the government to carefully appraise the state of the Freight logistics sub-sector. This to our conviction would go a long way to righting the numerous ills in the system, curb the excesses of characters like Mr. Lucky Amiwero whose stock in trade over the years by being a member of many ministerial committees is the use of antic to mislead the Government, the general public and indeed the unsuspecting critical stakeholders in the industry.

The recent directive by the honorable Minister of transportation is the kind the industry needs at the moment. We also expect the Hon. Minister of Finance through the CG of Nigeria Customs Service to as matter of urgency set in motion the process of reviewing the current licensing regulation of the Nigeria Customs Service. Nigeria with her population of over 170 million people cannot afford to be left behind in the face of the global insecurity by mortgaging the security of the nation into the hands of corporate bodies whose composition is made up of foreigners. With the volume of cargo coming into the country, the use of corporate bodies licensed by the Customs to secure our Logistics supply chain is outmoded.

We must quickly revamp the cargo clearance chain by borrowing a leaf from the advanced and developed countries by instituting a global standards of practice. This no doubt would go a long way to minimize the rampant cases of non compliant to trade rules, false declaration, and revenue leakages.

 

CHIEF INCREASE UCHE

Member Technical Committee

NAGAFF Headquarters

POLICE, NAGAFF IN PARTNERSHIP FOR NATION BUILDING

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It was reminiscences and the relive of good old memories Tuesday March 22, 2016 as the Founder of NAGAFF Dr. Boniface Aniebonam led top management members of the Association on a courtesy visit to the AIG Zone 2, Bala Hassan.  The setting was the conference room of the AIG Zone 2, Onikan Lagos where Dr. Aniebonam submitted that the role played by AIG Bala Hassan in the inauguration of NAGAFF in 1999 is the tonic Nigerians needed to appreciate and support Nigerian Police for the protection of Nigeria Constitution.

Dr. Aniebonam said the visit was to enable the new crop of NAGAFF leadership to know and appreciate those who played major role at the foetus stage of NAGAFF in 1999.

The NAGAFF Founder said the statement of AIG, Bala Hassan when he was the Area Commander Area B, Apapa that “as a Police Officer, he is there to protect the law” continues to ring a bell and stands as his guide in whatever he does.  He therefore advised NAGAFF executives at the meeting to always uphold and protect the law anywhere they find themselves, if they are to retain the friendship between the AIG and the Association.

For his part, the National President of NAGAFF Dr. Eugene Nweke congratulated the AIG while appreciating the giant strides made by the top Police Officer and the entire zone in crime bursting and crime prevention, and that the states in the zone are in safe hands.

The NAGAFF National President acknowledged the various reforms being carried out by the current leadership of the Police and expressed gladness that such reforms are beginning to yield results.

Dr. Nweke told the AIG that the little effort he put into the inauguration of NAGAFF on that fateful day in November 1999 has helped in installing a new order in the freight forwarding industry, as NAGAFF has changed the face of the industry by migrating from the old order of “might is right” to a new era of intellectualism and professionalism.

He informed the AIG that NAGAFF has spread the reach of the profession to the nook and cranny of the country, including the North West border towns of Ijibiya in Katsina State.

The NAGAFF President used the occasion to inform the AIG of his nomination for a special award at an elaborate event being planned for May this year by NAGAFF.  The Chairman Board of Trustees Elder Chidiebere Enelamah also went down memory lane by praising the AIG for helping in planting the seed which has grown to be known as NAGAFF with its tentacles spread across Nigeria with well over five thousand members.

In his response, AIG Bala Hassan expressed his appreciation to the Founder and the top officers of the Association for the visit, which he said was coming late but concluded with the old adage “better late than never”.  He expressed his happiness at the fact that the small seed of NAGAFF planted on that day the 30th of November 1999 has grown to a big sycamore tree, empowering and creating employment opportunities for youth across Nigeria.

AIG Bala Hassan said he was happy at the metamorphosis of NAGAFF and called for a firm commitment of the two organizations to the task of nation building and crime free society.  He said the Nigeria Police was willing to partner with NAGAFF in line with IGP Solomon Arase’s philosophy of working with well-meaning and law abiding individuals and group for the betterment of our dear country.

Fwdr. STANLEY EZENGA

National PRO

NAGAFF REGISTERED MEMBERS

1.DR. ANIEBONAM BONIFACE OKECHUKWU

2. FWDR CHIDIEBERE ENELEMAH

3. DR. EUGENE NWEKE

4. BARR. FRED AKOKHIA

5. ENGR CHIEF FABIAN OKAFOR

6. FWDR. INCREASE UCHE ONWUKA

7. CHIEF NWAFOR AUGUSTINE

8. FWDR. TICO PHILIP OSISI

9. FWDR OBUMS ANENE CELESTINE

10. MR. OKEY NERUS U.

11. FWDR. AGBAWODIKEIZU CHRISTOPHER NWANNEDIUTO

12. FWDR. AGBA CHRISTOPHER ELOAGU

13. ELDER DONATUS OFOMA

14. CHIEF ANIUNOH PAUL

15. FWDR. SIMEON NWONU CHIDOZIE

16. DIPO OLAYOKU

17. MR. AGOH ALBERT

18. MR. HENRY ORAROTIMI

19. EMMANUEL IJOMA

20. FWDR. SIMEON OLUA

21. FWDR FRED AJUZIE NNAM

22. AJUNWA BENJAMIN EKENE

23. FWDR. ABOKI MUSTAPHA ISA

24. FWDR ADEKOYA BABATUNDE EZEKIEL

25. FWDR ADEKOYA OMOLARA ARAMIDE

26. FWDR. ADEKOYA MICHEAL KOLAWOLE

27. FWDR. ADINDU JOSHUA CHIGOZIE

28. FWDR AGUBANZE EMMANUEL EMEZIE

29. FWDR ALAGBU INNOCENT IKECHUKWU

30. FWDR ALAGBU OSITADIMMA CHRISTOPHER

31. FWDR ALOR CHUKWUKA THOMAS

32. FWDR AMALU JUDE OSITA

33. FWDR. AMALU ANGUS ONYEKA

34. FWDR. AMALU THOMAS CHUKWUDI

35. FWDR. ANAZOR IKENNA CHRISTOPHER

36. FWDR. CHUKWU GODSON CHIBUNDU

37. FWDR. CHUKWUMA EMMANUEL SILVANUS

38. FWDR. DURU ONVEALINA CHUKWU

39. FWDR. EBEDE CHIKE EMMANUEL

40. FWDR. EGBUEMIKE ONYEACHONAM GODWIN

41. FWDR. EGWUONWU MICHAEL

42. FWDR. EJIKEME CHUKWUNONSO AUSTINE

43. FWDR. EJIOGU CHIDOZIE STANLEY

44. FWDR. EKEMEZIE CHRIS ANAYO

45. FWDR EKWEMALOR ANTHONETTE CHINYELU

46. FWDR. EKWEOZOR AUSTIN AZUBIKE

47. FWDR EMMANUEL EZEONYI CHUKUKA

48. FWDR. EMMANUEL EMMANUEL CHUKWUDI

49. FWDR. ENUJIUGHA OGUGUA VINCENT

50. FWDR. EZE SAMUEL NWACHUKWU

51. FWDR EZE NNENA CHINENYE

52. FWDR. EZEAMAMA ATHANASIUS CHINONYE

53. FWDR. EZEIBE OGBONANNIA JOSIAH

54. FWDR. EZEKUEME EVARISTUS O.

55. FWDR EZENGA STANLEY SUNDAY

56. FWDR. EZENWA SUNNY IHEANYI

57. FWDR. EZENWEINYINYA ERNEST CHIKA

58. FWDR. IBEZIM OKEZIE UCHE

59. FWDR. IGWILO ARTHUR UCHENNA

60. FWDR. IYOHA KENNETH OROBOSA

61. FWDR. IYOHA DAVIDSON OSASERE

62. FWDR. JUDE OKOYE M.

63. FWDR. KALU EKE DIKE

64. FWDR. MADU CHARLES EVANS

65. FWDR. MADUEKE EMMANUEL UCHECHUKWU

66. FWDR. MADUKA JUDE CHIKELUOM

67. FWDR MBAYIEBUBEDIKE UJU OGWUEJIOFOR

68. FWDR. MBUBA AUSTIN CHIKE

69. FWDR. NDUAGUBA CHUKA MOSES

70. FWDR. NDUBISI GEORGE UGO K.

71. FWDR. NJOKU CHUKWUEMEKA SUNDAY

72. FWDR. NNADI UGOCHUKWU

73. FWDR NWACHUKWU IGNATIUS OBIOMA

74. FWDR. NWEKE EJIKE MICHAEL

75. FWDR. NWEKE OBINNA STEPHEN OBINNA

76. FWDR. NWEKEIKWU JOSEPH ANAYOCHUKWU

77. FWDR. NWOKEDI JERRY JONATHAN

78. FWDR. NWOKEDI ALEX PRINCE

79. FWDR. OFOEGBU PATRICK NNAEMEKA

80. FWDR. OGBONNA UBA PATRICK

81. FWDR. OGBONNA CHINEDU CHRISTOPHER

82. FWDR. OGHAGBON KATE ADESUWA

83. FWDR. OKAFOR GEORGE ANIAGOLU

84. FWDR OKEKE HYACENTH OKECHUKWU

85. FWDR. OKEKE NCHEKWUE BARTHOLOMEW

86. FWDR. OKEREKE CHIAWUOTU JACINTA

87. FWDR. OKONKWO SUNDAY RAYMOND

88. FWDR. OKOYE CHINYERE JOHN

89. FWDR. OKOYE SILVIA NGOZI

90. FWDR. OKOYE JOHN CHINWEZE

91. FWDR OKOYE MAZI OSCAR

92. FWDR. OKOYE JOHN OBIORA

93. FWDR. OKOYE MIKE OGUEJIOFOR

94. FWDR. CHUKWUNWEOGO JOHN C.

95. FWDR. ONWUDINJO PLACIDUS OKWUDILI

96. FWDR. PETERS LAWRENCE CHIBUEZE

97. FWDR. UCHENDU EZE CHRISTIAN

98. FWDR. UCHENDU DAVID IFEANYI

99. FWDR. UGORJI SIMON OKWUDILI

100. FWDR. UZOUKWU CHIJIOKE FRANCIS

101. FWDR. AGBAKA ANTHONY

102. FWDR. ANIEBONAM RAPHAEL

103. FWDR. ARINZE FRANKLYN

104. FWDR. CHIEF EMEKA ONUOHA

105. FWDR. CHINWUBAH C. ANTHONY

106. FWDR. CHUKWUDI UBAH

107. FWDR. CHUKWUKA AHMADU

108. FWDR. EMMANUEL C. EZEOMI

109. FWDR. EZEH SOMADINA P.

110. FWDR. DICKSON BARRY CHIMA

111. FWDR. NDUKA CHUKWUDI J.

112. FWDR. NKWO UCHE S.

113. FWDR. NWACHUKWU CHIKE KERIAM

114. FWDR. NWOYE CHUKWUDI

115. FWDR. OBINNA ECHEREBO

116. FWDR. ONUH FRIDAY SUNDAY

117. FWDR. ONUORAH OBUMNEME

118. FWDR.PRINCE OHANUGOR NDU BEN

119. FWDR. PRINCE SAMUEL ABOYEJI

120. FWDR. UCHENDU PATRICK ONYEKWEL

121. FWDR. VICTOR IKECHUKWU ATTANSEY

122. ABDULLAHI I. MOHAMMED

123. ABIDEMI OWONIFAR

124. ADEBOYE ABDULMALIK

125. ADEDEJI DAVID GBENGA

126. ADEOSUN BABATUNDE

127. ADEWALE MUDASHIRU ADELEKE

128. AGNES AWUHI

129. AGWU OKORONKWO FIDELIS

130. AKINOLA ADEDAYO

131. AKINTAYO OLUSOLA J.P

132. ALHAJI FATAI AKOREDE SONOIKI

133. ANYANWU CHIMEZIE

134. AUDU MUHAMMED

135. BABALOLA THOMPSON

136. BABALOLA WAHEED OLAWALE

137. BALOGUN SAHEED

138. BALOGUN ZHAEED

139. CHIABUA ONOCHE E.

140. CHUKWUKA NNAMDI AMBROSE

141. DADA RAFIU

142. DUPE R. ELAMAH

143. EBEM GODFREY N.

144. EGBUCHULAM PRAISE NDIDI

145. ELDER AMOS NWANKPA

146. FAHAM ADEBARI

147. FRANCIS UGOCHUKWU M.

148. GANIYU OWOLABI

149. GBOLADE ADEBANJI

150. IFEANYICHUKWU B. AKASIKE

151. INNOCENT CHIMEZIE I.

152. JAMES ODUBENA

153. JOHN ADEPITAN

154. KARIBU S. O. OJEWANDE

155. KENNETH O. NWACHUKWU

156. ADENIRAN PETER ADEBAYO

157. ADESOJI FABUNMI

158. ADETUNJI OLUFUNSHO OYEBOLA

159. AFAMESUNA IWEANAGO

160. AGBAI HART ONYEMACHI

161. AGBOMENU JOSEPH S.

162. AGU CHRISTOPHER O.

163. AGUNWA OBIAJULU MARTINS

164. AKABUEZE CHUKWUDI C.

165. ALHAJI OBA SULAIMAN ADEBAYO

166. ALOZIE PETER OJINI

167. ANENE CHINEDU

168. ANENE IGNATIUS

169. ANIEKWU CALLY KELECHI

170. AWOFUSI RASHEED ADE

171. AYENI OLUMUYIWA ADEYENJU

172. AYOGU UGWUANYI A.

173. BANKOLE TEMITOPE DORCAS

174. BAVULE CLETUS ONTA

175. BLESSING N. NWOSU

176. CAMPBELL DONATUS OKWUDILI

177. CHIDI JOHNSON

178. CHIEF IGWE J. OKPO

179. CHUKWUEMEKA UCHENNA CHIKE

180. DAVID LAWRANCE UMAHI

181. ECHEBOZOR CHINWE REGINA

182. EGBOSIMBAH IFEANYI FRIDAY

183. EKE KELLY S

184. ESEMAYA CHINEDU HENRY ASG

185. ESEZOBOR TINO CELESTINE

186. EZEMA NELSON OBIORA

187. FAGBEJI MARTINA SEYIDE

188. GARBA MOHAMMED BAZE

189. GORDON MICHAEL CHEREN

190. IFEANYI NWANKWO G.

191. IKE CHIKA ADAIDE

192. IROHA SAMSON IHEME

193. ISRAEL CHIDI ISRAEL

194. JAMES KALU CHIGOZIE

195. JERRY ANYALEWECHI

196. JOHN IDOKO ARMSTRONG

197. JOSEPH DOMINIC

198. MANJI DENNIS GOCHIN

199. MARCUS SOLOMON OBOT

200. MBA SUNDAY NKEMDI

201. MENIRU EMEKA SUNDAY

202. MUSA ISRAEL G.

203. NDOLOUGH SARAH CASHIMANA

204. NDUKA FIDELIS JUNIOR

205. NWANKWO MAXIMUS B.C

206. NWANNE NZE ELIAS EBERE

207. NWAORAH IFEANYI

208. NWEKE EBUKA JOHN

209. NWOSU SUNDAY KODO

210. OBINNA VICTOR OGBONA

211. ODELEYE SANMI JOHN

212. OGBONNA CHARLES M.

213. OGUEJIOFOR CHINEDU WHITE

214. OJEIFO MOMOH JIMOH O.

215. OKECHUKWU PHILLIS NONNY

216. OKOLI CHINEDU WILFRED

217. OKOLIE AMEACHI KINGSLEY

218. OKOYE PATRICK EMEKA

219. OMEOGHA EMEKA E.

220. ONWUMBIKA FRANK ODEY

221. ONWUZULIKE GODWIN OGOGUE

222. ONYEASOLA WALTER ONYEEBERA

223. ONYENIBEDI ALOYSIUS

224. ORODE GODWIN

225. PASTOR ABEL CHUKWUKWU J.

226. PASTOR ADEWALE KING

227. PASTOR FRANK IHANDEN

228. PRINCE KELE IKWUAGWA

229. REV. DR. AFEME SAMUEL R.

230. SAMSON OSWARD EMEKA

231. TAIWO FOLORUNSHO ERIC

232. TEDDY SAMSON HAYEGBUSI

233. TUTA KABIRU MOHAMMED

234. UGOCHUKWU NZEDREGWU

235. UKACHI CHARITY KAINE

236. UKACHUKWU CHARLOTTE I.

237. UMUIGBE MARTHA O.

238. UZOMA BRIGHT C.

239. WHEDE KADIR KAYODE

240. AIBOR MUHAMMED

241. AJOKU NICHOLAS C.

242. AKANNE VITUS EMEKA

243. AKPAH AFEMEFINA

244. AKPU OBASI PIUS

245. ALEX ENOMA SOLOMON

246. AMAOBI ECHOGU E.

247. AMBROSE CHILAKA

248. AMOBI UBAH

249. AMOS ANDREW

250. ANOZIE EGEKWU

251. ANTHONY ATUEYI

252. AUGUSTINE OKPARA

253. AWE J. PETER

254. AZEH CHUKWUBUEZE F.

255. BENJAMIN UCHENDU

256. BLESSING ODAGWE

257. CALEB S. EKEH

258. CECILIA ONYIA

259. CHARLES OFURUM

260. CHIDOZIE OBAM

261. CHIKWUEMEKA OBI

262. CHINEDU NNAGBO

263. CHINYERE AJORINOCHA

264. CHUKWUNOGOR NWANAKA

265. DAVID ONUKWU

266. DAVID SADO

267. DESTINY NWACHINEMERE

268. EBUKA OKORIE

269. EBUKA UKEJE

270. EGHEBI CHUKWUEKWU STANLEY

271. EMMANUEL EMMANUEL

272. EVELYN EJIOFOR

273. EZEBUIKE ANGELA

274. FALADE ADEKUNLE

275. FERDINARD EKWENUGO

276. FRANCIS EZE ONONYE

277. FRANKLYN UWAEZIOZI

278. GLORY IDONG

279. HAPPINESS EKEOGU

280. IBATERE OGHENERABOME LOVETH

281. IBRAHIM ABDULLAHI

282. IBUCHIM NWORGU

283. IKENNA IBE

284. INNOCENT C. UMEH

285. JOHN NNA

286. KINGSLEY AMAEFULE

287. LIND UKAECHI ACHOR

288. LUCKY ANIGBEIN ORIBHABOR

289. MARCEL UKAI

290. MICHAEL O. NWARU

291. MUSA GARUBA

292. NATHANIEL UMUZUEGBU

293. NDIUKWU CHIKA OKEZIE

294. NDUBUISI MADUKA

295. NEBO SAMSON CHIDUBEM

296. NGOZI IHEKORONYE

297. NGOZI OPUTA

298. NJIDEKA P. OBI

299. NKECHINYERE VICTOR

300. NNAEGBUNA LAMBERT E.

301. NWACHUKW CHIBUIKE ANDY

302. NWAOHA UZOAMAKA

303. NWOKEKEFORO OBINNA

304. NWOSU INNOCENT

305. OBIAMAKA J. ANYA

306. OBINNA OGUDUBA

307. OBY NWACHUKWU

308. OGUEJIOFOR ALEX

309. OKEAGU AZUBUIKE INNOCENT

310. OKWOR CORNELIUS C.

311. OKWUDILI A. EGEOWU

312. ONWUKWE EJIKE CHRISTOPHER

313. ONYEGBULAN F. AZUOMA

314. ONYINYE OKPARA

315. ORJI DURKUGBO

316. PATIENCE OLUCHI ODIRIONYE

317. PETER NWAKAJI OKWUDILI

318. PRINCE FREDERICK NDUKWE

319. QUEEN AMALU

320. RAPHAEL EWENIKE

321. REMIGIUS UMAMMA

322. RITA KOKORICHA

323. ROMANUS IHEANACHO

324. ROMANUS NNAEDOZIE CHIME

325. ROMANUS OFORANYANWU

326. RUTH FESTUS

327. SYLVESTER ONYEWUENYI

328. THOMAS ALOR

329. TOCHUKWU G. OSAKWE

330. UCHE OBIORA OMEY

331. UGOCHUKWU EZE

332. UMEUZUEGBU NATTAN

333. UZOCHUKWU OKARO

334. VINCENT NWANKPA

335. VITALIS OKEKE

336. SAMUEL ANENE

337. EWENIKE EMMANUEL

338. EWENIKE NNAMDI

339. OGOCHUKWU EZEIFE

340. EZEUMA CHIZOBA

341. OGBOGU CHIDIEBERE

342. ASEWIMO STANLEY

343. CHRISTOPHER AKPE

344. ALEX UBANI

345. ALEGBE LUCKY

346. IDIKA UKPAI

347. MONDAY EKHATOR

348. OKEY JUSTICE

349. IFEANYI EMOH

350. CHRISTIANA ADENIYI

351. PATRICK IKECHUKWU ANADA

352. OKECHUKWU SANDRA

353. EMEKA PAUL CHIEDOZIE

354. EMMANUEL MONDAY NWEKE

355. DAMIAN ADUMEKWE

356. MR. EZEUMEANO CHRISTOPHER

357. EDEGUN OSAS JOHNBULL

358. NWAGBARA PETER

359. CHIBUZOR U. MICHAEL

360. CHUKWU KINSLEY

361. CHARLES UGWU

362. ELOWE A. EBUKA

363. IBOLO EDWIN CHIDI

364. JEROME MADUGAFOR

365. ODUM OBINNA

366. NWANTA KINSLEY J.

367. ODUM UGOCHUKWU E.

368. GBENGA ADEKANBI

369. MUSTAPHA ABDUL AHMED

370. PETER EGBUZOR.

371. FESTUS CHUKWUENEKE

372. PRINCE MIKE ONWUEYI

373. FRIDAY ADEJI

374. MAZI KALU EZUMA

375. ONOVUGBE UBREGBO

376. ACHINIKE OKEKE

377. CHIBUZOR STEVE A.

378. ELDER MKPAJI ODOZI

379. ISREAL OMONEHIS

380. SAMUEL CHUKWU O.

381. MUYIDEEN LAWAL

382. CHUKWUEMEKA IGWE

383. SUNDAY BASSEY

384. NICHOLAS IKECHUKWU

385. ARINZE NZEDIGWE

386. NNABUILE EZE

387. KINGSDAY AKOBUNDU

388. JAMES ONYEJI

389. EARNEST SALISU

390. TIMOTHY AMEH

391. UCHE DURU

392. EMEKA CHUKWUEMEKA

393. ANAYO EKWEOZOR

394. ALOYSIUS OBELE

395. SUNNY U. NGWOBA

396. CHUKWU EZEH

397. NNAEMEKA OGUEZUE C.

398. PATRICK AMAECHI

399. ARTHUR SIMOBI

400. UCHE IGBOANUGO

401. EKEMEZIE IBUBE VINCENT

402. ENG. GREG OKEYEUZU

403. KEKECHI DURU

404. CALLISTUS NZEKWE

405. CLEMENT UGBEJIE

406. ONUOHA JENIFER O.

407. PRINCE OFUNNE M. OKAFOR

408. CHISOM NWAMA

409. CHIBUISI CHUKWU

410. IKECHUKWU NNADI

411. EJIMOLE AGBATUWE

412. OKAFOR ARINZE SAMUEL

413. CLIFFORD IKIRIKO

414. CHUKWUYERE UZOHO

415. FRANK OKE IBUNOR

416. PATRICK AZI

417. CHARITY UKAONU

418. JOHN AYANWU

419. VINCENT UGWU

420. NATHAN AYOKU

421. SUNDAY OBIOHA

422. AHAMEFUNA NJOKU

423. OLIVER OSUALA

424. IKECHUKWU NWAIBOKO

425. GREG ODIFA

426. FIDELIS OKAFOR

427. IWUALA VICTOR

428. CLIFFORD AWAH

429. CHINEZE EKEANU

430. NWOYE CHRIS M

431. OSITA ONWUVU

432. MICHAEL EZEALI

433. PATIENCE MOMODU

434. OKECHUKWU IYAMA NICHOLAS

435. ABUM ANACHIWO

436. SAMUEL OGUEKWE

437. IFEANYI CHUKWU

438. BENJAMIN UDEH

439. OKEY A. NWOSU

440. JANET SUNDAY AKWU

441. EZEAKU GODWIN O.

442. SAMUEL PAUL

443. SURAJU ABUBAKAR

444. EBENEZAR CHUKWU

445. CHARLES AMADIKWA

446. KENNETH EFE

447. OKORO ONYEJEKWE

448. UCHECHUKWU ONWUSIKA

449. JESSEY CHIGBU

450. CHIME OBINNA CHIBUZO

451. ABRAHAM ONWUNEZI

452. ADOPHUS ONWUNEZI

453. KOLA AHMUZA

454. PATRICK ODIWANOR

455. JOSEPH OKELUE

456. IWUOZOR EBERE J.

457. CHRIS ANYANWU C.

458. CHIEF CHUKS OBIJIAKU

459. UGOCHUKWU AJOMIWE

460. EFFIONG ANTHENO

461. PHILLIPS ILEABAYO

462. IGIAJA IBEH

463. ANTHONY SHAIBU

464. IKECHUKWU ANOZIE

465. KENNETH ANYAWU

466. ANTHONY OLISA

467. GLADYS OJADI

468. ILIASHU SHAIBU

469. OBINNA NJOKU

470. EMEKA OKONKWO

471. IFEANYI CHIEDOZIE

472. OLUCHUKWU UGBOH

473. HARRISON AIGIOMAWU

474. COSMAS EMEKURU

475. NWOGU BONIFACE

476. MOBOLAJI ADENIYI

477. AHUEKWE JOHN

478. BARTHOLOMEW ILLODIGWE

479. OBINNA ADUMEKWE

480. OBIAGHELI GEOFRY

481. KANAYO K. ANULI

482. CHUKWUDI NNOROM

483. JUDEE EZENWACHI

484. FREDERIC ONWUGBULU

485. PETER NWACHUKWU

486. UZO EBEJUIO

487. SUNDAY OMYEMACHI

488. ALIYU SANGODEYI

489. JONHBOSCO NWEOGU

490. LIVINUS ONYECHUKWU

491. DICKSON NNANNA

492. OGBONNA NNANNA

493. TAYO FESTUS

494. AMADI PASCAL CHUKS

495. OGADINMA MADUMERE

496. MADU NAT. ONWURA

497. NLEMADIM DENNIS

498. CHRISTIAN OFORUM

499. UCHE NZEKWU

500. AGWU PETER ALLEN

501. PETER IYAMBA

502. GIDEON OKWAGBA

503. DEBORAH EJIOLAMHEN

504. AMOBI CHUKWUNYERE

505. KALU ANYA

506. ENGR. FELIX OKOYE

507. KAZEEM SANNI

508. EDEH GODFREY

509. PATRICK ASUELIMEN

510. BANKOLA AMIN

511. IFEOMA OKORO

512. SULAIMAN AJADI

513. ECHE NWOKOLO

514. YUSUF AKOREDE

515. CHINEDU UMEOHEREKWE

516. INNOCENT DURU

517. JOSHUA MOYEGUN

518. RUTH WADA METRO

519. VINCENT NWOSU

520. IFEANYI CHUKWU ODIAKA

521. AJUKA EBI JOHN

522. FRANCIS NWATU

523. KINGSLEY ARHAGBA

524. FESTUS EZEOKE

525. MICHAEL IWUALA

526. CHIDI ANIEKWE

527. GODWIN AFUWAH

528. IDIGO LIVY SAM

529. OKECHUKWU IRONDI

530. EUGENE ARINZE

531. GEORGE LUSHINYE

532. SAMUEL LUMBO

533. BENJAMIN ANOKWURU

534. OKONKWO KINSLEY

535. NNAMDI ONWORDI

536. AHULAMIDE C. ROMANUS

537. MAONWEYA OBILLOR

538. AGU FINIA

539. VICTOR NWANKWO

540. BROWN E. ONWUKA

541. SUNDAY OBI

542. UBA SINACHI

543. KENECHUKWU EMMANUEL

544. ONYEKACHI ONYEBULA

545. CHARLS NWEKE

546. JULIUS NNASOM

547. OSUNDU UCHEGBU

548. OKORONKWO O. EMMANUEL

549. MARCELLINUS DURU

550. UCHECHUKWU AGBAKWURUCHI

551. MUSA SULEIMAN

552. OBIANUJU OKAFOR

553. IKE ADUMEKWE

554. OJEBIYI O. FELICIA

555. CHARLS OKORO

556. CHINEDU OKEKE

557. ISRAEL EZEAGHA

558. FABIAN OKERE

559. PALINUS NWACHUKWU

560. OYEBUCHI ANUMAKA

561. MARTINS NWAEJE

562. SEMIU SULEIMAN

563. CHALES AZUZU

564. MAZWELL IKERU

565. LEONARD AMAEKWE

566. CHIKA UZOUKWU

567. INNOCENT UZOZIE

568. OBINNA NWABUEZE

569. OBIORA UZOMA

570. WAHAB AYODELE

571. ILUGBUSI AYOWOLE

572. MOSES UCHE

573. JOHN EMORDI

574. SHEFIU OLALEKAN

575. RUFUS AZUBIKE

576. CHIDINMA CHUKWUNESO

577. ANULIKA OGOEJIOFOR

578. JOHN ANTHONY

579. UGOCHUKWU CHUKWUELOKA

580. PAUL ONOCHE

581. IKECHUKWU IBEKWE

582. EDWIN OKECHUKWU

583. OHANACHUKWU MALIZU

584. PATRICK ENEBELI

585. GEORGE LUSHINZE

586. CHINEDU NWEKE

587. AUGUSTINE IWEBONER NWAOKOLO

588. HUMPHREY AIMUDO

589. MBONU ANIKPE

590. MAZI NZEAKOR PATRICK

591. UZOCHUKWU CHIKEZIE

592. OLATUNJI ADELANWA

593. SUNDAY OBINNA

594. CHIBUKE NZEH

595. HARONA DHEIDU

596. OKOTIE C. IWEANYI

597. CHRISTIANA AKINOLA

598. REGINALD ACHER

599. CHIBUZOR MICHEAL

600. RAHEEM JIMOH

601. OKPALLA OKWY

602. JONAH NWACHUKWU

603. FELIX ELENMA

604. PETER CYPRIAN OKECHUKWU

605. FIDELIX EBRUBARE

606. OBINNA OKONKWO

607. CHIEF INNOCENT OFOEGBU

608. OKWUDILI IBEAGWA

609. IZUAGWU DONATUS

610. TONY OKHIREBLU

611. CORNELIUS NWEKE

612. AGBA DAVID

613. ISENG ANIEFIOK

614. IKECHUKWU AMUMA

615. ALADE SALEFU

616. TONY OGUEROFOR

617. DAVID CHIKWE

618. OKOYE DIVINE DESTINY

619. PATRICK EZE

620. BETTY BLESSING

621. CHUKWU EBUKA OKOLI

622. OKECHUKWU ENUGBOBI

623. MBOLU DAMIAN

624. IBERECHE CHIDI

625. TAIWO AIANFELEGBE

626. EZE LOIUS

627. AUSTIN M. UWAIS

628. NWOKOCHA SUNDAY

629. CHUKWUMA OKOYE

630. JAMES SIMON

631. ANIJIOFOR NWAORAH

632. JOSEPH EGWU

633. IYKE NKEM NWOYE

634. PASCAL NWANKWO

635. ORJI JOHNSON PETER

636. CHIMA ONUKOGU

637. MBACHU OKECHUKWU

638. SUNDAY OKOLO

639. ADAMU FESTUS

640. CYPRIAN EZENWANNA

641. OKOLO SUNDAY

642. EKEANUA CHIKEZIE

643. UZOMA ODEOME

644. ISIOMA ONWU EGBUZIE

645. CHIKA AGNES IGBO

646. DANIEL AKABIA

647. ONYEKA AMECHI

648. AGOZI AGOMUO

649. PRINCE OFENNE M. OKAFOR

650. SAMUEL IKECHUKWU

651. SAMUEL NWOSU ABBY

652. OGUEZUE GEORGE

653. OBUNANDU SUNDAY

654. SULIMAN IDRIS

655. BENJAMIN ORHOMURU

656. UMEH CHINONSO NELSON

657. EHIOKPARA OBINNA

658. DENNIS MAYOMI

659. UBE PAT OGBONNA

660. GODWIN A. ORJI

661. UCHECHUKWU UKAEGBU

662. OZOEMENAM UDORJI

663. NWAWUZIE BARRY JUSTIN

664. ALEXANDER AGWUNA OKWY

665. CHIKEZIE EZEOBIORA SAMUEL

666. PAUL IFEANYI EMENEH

667. RIDWAN IDRIS

668. CHIBUNNA EZEH

669. EMEKA A. AKAKURU

670. OKOYE IGWEBUIKE ANTHONY

671. TEMITOPE BABALOLA

672. UMA NGWOBIA

673. OLATUNDE OGINNI

674. OMOWUMMI IYADOLA

675. OKOLRE O. ANTHONY

676. ANWULIKA STEPHEN

677. CHRIS O. ONWUDIWE

678. NGOZI EJIM

679. OKERE GEORGE NNORAMKO

680. CYPRIAN OBIANUMBA

681. EZEANI OKECHUKWU PETER

682. TOHEEB JIMOH

683. GOODLIVING CHRISTIAN

684. CHIBUZOR ANIEFUNA

685. OBIAMALA HYACINTH ABAZU

686. OKORIE MARK OLU

687. AUDU IBRAHIM

688. EZUGWORIE GEORGE

689. PETER UKPEBOR MOSES

690. NKEMJIKA GODWIN O.

691. GODWIN WILLIAMS A.

692. JOHN OFOEDU

693. IFEANYI ANAMANYA A

694. EMEKA PHILLIP NWANKWO

695. IYAMU SYLVESTER

696. CHIBUNA NWANCHUKWU

697. NNENNA EZE

698. ODIHEKANDU I. EMOLE

699. AUSTIN OKAFOR O

700. ANTONY E. NWOSU

701. DIBASHI PHILLIP K.

702. EGBEN IMREREWAN FELIX

703. NWAGBO RAYMOND EBERE (C.N.I)

704. KENNETH ONUEGBU

705. ABAKA GEORGE

706. ABANONU KINGSLEY A.

707. ABDULAGANIYU ABDULRAFIU

708. ABDULAHI S. GIMI

709. ABRAHAM EBI AJAKA

710. ABUBAKAR SANI ANGO

711. ADAM JOY SADIA

712. ADAMU MAIDURMI

713. ADEBUSUYI ASANPAOLA

714. ADEDEJI SYLVESTER AKIROTSO

715. ADEDOTUN ABIODUN

716. ADEGOKE OJORA

717. ADEKUNLE OLOWOLE R.

718. ADELESI ADEMOLA M.

719. ADENIJI H. FEMI

720. ADESHINA HAMEED

721. ADIELE CHUKWUMA S.

722. AGBO CAJETHAN

723. AGUNEM MICHAEL

724. AGUNEM MICHAEL

725. AHMED MOHAMMED

726. AHUKANNA CHIDI

727. AIDEH RUFUS

728. AJAKA CHUKWUDI

729. AJAYI SEMIU

730. AJETUNMOBI OLALEKAN

731. AJETUNMOBI OLALEKAN A.

732. AJUZIE FUTURE

733. AKAM CHINYERE

734. AKAM OLUCHI

735. AKER MGBEFETA

736. AKINBOBOYE OLUMIDE AGBEKE

737. AKINYEMI SHERIFF OGUNSINA

738. AKPASSA AIGBEFO MAXWELL

739. ALABI KUNLE

740. ALAETO OBINNA

741. ALASHANLA OLALEMILEKAN TAOFEEK

742. ALEJI A. AUSTINE

743. ALOEKWE C. ANGUS

744. AMADI CHARLES

745. AMBROSE EZEONALA

746. AMINA YAHAHA

747. ANAEMENA I. OSITA

748. ANAYO EZEUDU

749. ANAZOR FERDINAND C.

750. ANDERSON JUDE OKOH

751. ANENE EZIAFA CHIDIEBERE

752. ANICHEBE NGOZI

753. ANOZIE RAPHAEL

754. ANTHONY C. NWAFOR

755. ANTHONY OBUKA

756. ANULIGO INNOCENT

757. ANYIKWA IFEYINWA

758. ARINZE EGBONU

759. ARINZE NWANKWO OBU

760. AROH S. CHUKWUDUBEN

761. ARTHUR CHUKWUNYEREM

762. ARTHUR FREDRICK

763. ASEMOKHAI M. SHERIFF

764. ASUKWO MERCY

765. ATOLE QUINCY E.

766. ATUZIEOGU SOLOMON

767. AUSTINE BASSEY ASUQUO

768. AUSTINE UDOM EYOH

769. AWE SUNDAY JOSHUA

770. AZOROAMA BLESSING

771. BALOGUN GODSPOWER

772. BASHIRU OWODUNNI

773. BASSEY ISRAEL ETIM

774. BASSEY VITALIS

775. BELLO TOKUNBO LUKEMON

776. BELONWU CYRIL

777. BENJAMIN C. NDUAGUBA

778. BENSON AMAKA PERPETUAL

779. BENSON AMANAM

780. BIOKO ISAAC PRELAYEFA

781. BITRUS OBUO

782. BOSA DIMSON

783. CHARLES CHUKWUME UGWU

784. CHEKWUBE UZOEGBO

785. CHIAGOROM OKECHUKWU

786. CHIDI AJUZIE

787. CHIKELUE OKAFOR

788. CHIMA ANTHONY ONYEMAECHI

789. CHIMEZIE EBULUE

790. CHINAKWE CHIBUKE KENNETH

791. CHINASA DESNONDANY

792. CHINEDU OCHU

793. CHINEYE JOY VINCENT

794. CHIWENDU EGBUNOWU

795. CHRISTIAN IBEABUCHI

796. CHRISTOPHER UNAGWU

797. CHUKS OKONYE

798. CHUKS OTUS

799. CHUKWU OKEKE

800. CHUKWUDI OFOEGBU

801. CHUKWUDI OKOYE

802. CHUKWUEMEKA SOLOMON

803. CHUKWUENENYE NWEKE

804. CHUKWUKANZE FRANCIS

805. CHUKWUMA E. NWAOKERE

806. CHUKWUMA ODINKAMMA KING

807. DAISI ROBINSON AKINNUSI

808. DANIEL IKECHI

809. DANJUMA ISIAKU

810. DAVID ANACKWU

811. DAVID UCHENDU

812. DICKSON UMOREN ESSIEN

813. DIEMEBI LUCKY PRINCE

814. DIKE CHRISTOPHER

815. DOMINIC EZEJI

816. DOMINIC NNADIEKWE

817. DONALD OFINI

818. EBUKA C. IGBOKWE

819. EBUKA OKOYE

820. EDEHA BENEDICT O.

821. EDIDONG J. AKPAN

822. EFEAKPOKRINE OGAGA CHARLES

823. EFFIONG ISAIAH

824. EGBUONU EJAH CHUKA O.

825. EGBUONU EMMANUEL

826. EGWER NELSON MACK

827. EGWUONWU MICHAEL

828. EHIMEN SILAS

829. EHIS UTOMHIN EMMANUEL

830. EJEH FRANKLIN CHUKWUEMEKA

831. EJIKE NWACHUKWU

832. EJIKEME CHUKWUNONSO A

833. EJKE MOGOR

834. EKAMEN HENRY

835. EKANEM HENRY

836. EKEOCHA CHARLES

837. EKWUNIFE LOUIS OKWUDILI

838. ELUMA OLUCHI BEAUTY

839. EMEKA EJINDU

840. EMEKA UKACHI

841. EMEKA UWUALAKA

842. EMESIE JUDE ONYEKA

843. EMMA NWACHUKWU

844. EMMANUEL C. CHUKWUMA

845. EMMANUEL NZEKWE

846. EMMANUEL OMOHURO AYAYEMU

847. ENGR. UMEADI A. EMMANUEL

848. ENUEMENE LAWRENCE

849. ERNEST EZE

850. ERNEST UGEBERAESE

851. ESTHER KELECHI

852. EYAME S. ISAAC

853. EZE IFEANYI MARTINS

854. EZEKIEL UCHE

855. EZEOKAFOR C. ODINAKA

856. EZEOKAFOR CORNCLIUS ODINAKA

857. FELIX MONJA

858. FRANK OSEREMEN EGEGELE

859. FRANK RAFIU

860. FRANK UKEJE

861. FRANKLYN JOHN TEROFA

862. FRIDAY ONEMU

863. GABRIEL S. OKONKWO

864. GBENGA MOSAKUN

865. HAMED GANIU

866. HASSAN HUSSIEN

867. HELEN ADAMMA OGBUONYE

868. HELEN ADANMA OGBUNONYE

869. HENRY A. EYEBEN

870. HENRY IFEANYI IBEMERE

871. HILARY AGOR

872. HILARY AGOR

873. IBENEME SHEDRACK

874. IBRAHIM BABANGIDA

875. IFEANYI ABBAH

876. IFEANYI DENNIS

877. IFEANYICHUKWU J. OKPALA

878. IFENNA CHIMA

879. IGBUKU IFEANYI

880. IHEME SUNDAY

881. IJUBUEZE JOSEPH

882. IKECHUKWU P. O. OSITA

883. IKEJI CHIJIOKE DAVID

884. IKENNA CHRIS AZUBOGU

885. IKENNA SAMPSON SEBASTINE

886. IKPO PETER

887. IKPO PETER

888. INEALA CHIDI NICHOLAS

889. ISAAC OREIKIO

890. IWUCHUKWU JOVITA

891. IYEBUTEMEH JONAH

892. IZIBILI O. AUGUSTINE

893. IZUNNA FRANCIS AGINA

894. JACCOT MERCY OMOTAYO

895. JAMES ZHINO MERCY

896. JEFF UGBEKILE

897. JERMA ABUBAKAR

898. JOHN AGWUNCHA

899. JOHN ANYAIBE

900. JOHN OKE LAWSON

901. JOHN OKOYENTAH

902. JOHN OKPARA

903. JOHN TUNDE

904. JOHNSON OSITA MICHAEL

905. JONATHAN ANELE

906. JOSEPH DAMIAN NNENNA

907. JOSEPH NWEKEIKWU

908. JOSIAH OKONKWO

909. JUDE OKPALA

910. KALU T. OJUKWU

911. KAZEEM OLAWOLE SHOYOMBO

912. KELVIN IDO

913. KELVIN OKAFOR

914. KENE STANLEY ONUORAH

915. KINGSLEY UTUEDOR

916. KITIE BOYITIE

917. KOLA FAWAZ

918. LAMBERT ASEGWU

919. LEONARD UKHUAKHUA

920. LUCKY ATALAKPA

921. LUCKY MOMOH

922. MADUEKE OKEKE

923. MAKAH BRIGHT

924. MALDINI OKONJI

925. MARTINS ABIDEMI OWOTUNDE

926. MARTINS OMOUDINJOR UZOR

927. MARTINS WOLE

928. MATHEW ONYEMA

929. MAURICE C. OZOEMENA

930. MAXWELL GIGI

931. MBAMAH NWAMAKA

932. MICHAEL C.J NWAFOR

933. MICHAEL ORUAH

934. MICHEAL S. AWA

935. MODERATE EDWARD OMO

936. MOHAMMED LAWAL

937. MOHAMMED Y. HARUNA

938. MONDAY MADUAFOR

939. MOSES OMATOHOR

940. NDU AMAECHI

941. NDUBISI CHRISTOPHER ANANOTU

942. NDUBUISI EKEMEZIE

943. NDULVE IKECHUKWU

944. NGOZI DABERECHI

945. NJOKU PASCHAL C.

946. NKWO PATRICK CHIOMA

947. NNAMDI OBIEKWE

948. NNAMDI UMEZURUKE

949. NORA ACTUEKWELU

950. NWABUEZE CHIBUZOR H.

951. NWAFOR CHUKWUDI JOSIAH

952. NWAMAINNA A. MAXWELL

953. NWANA CASMIER CHINEDU

954. NWANKWO JOHN PAUL

955. NWANKWO SUNDAY

956. NWAUKWU JOHN

957. NWEKE CHIGBOO

958. NWOKE JANE

959. NWOKEDI G. EZEOBA

960. NWORGU OBINNA

961. NWOSU KELVIN CHIBUIKE

962. NZE CHUXMOND O. IHEME

963. OBEGBARE ANNABEL

964. OBI CHIEDOZIE

965. OBIDIKE A. CHIBUZOR

966. OBIJIAKU UCHENNA

967. OBIORA IGWILO

968. OBITOPE TAIWO JOHN

969. OBUEZIE STEPHEN ODINAKA

970. OCHUKO KINGSLEY ALAGBA

971. ODU PAUL IFEANYI

972. OFFONAGOLU IKENNA INNOCENT

973. OGAR JUDE

974. OGBELE CHINONSO HENRY

975. OGBOO FRANK CHINEDU

976. OGBUNONYE GIFT ONYINYE

977. OGBUONYE GIFT ONYINYE

978. OGOCHUKWU SHARPFESTUS F.

979. OGUBE PATRICK P. N

980. OGWO ANTHONY NDUBUISI

981. OGWO NDUBISI ANTHONY

982. OGWU SYLVESTER CHUKWUMA

983. OHIA UZOMA

984. OHIMIRI P. EMEKA

985. OJEIFOH MUHAMMED MOMOH

986. OJORA MURERI AJAYI

987. OKAFOR CHIGBO

988. OKAFOR CHINEDO GIDEON

989. OKAFOR OLUCHUKWU

990. OKECHUKWU OKOLO

991. OKEKE NCHEKWUBE BERT

992. OKEZIE NWANKWO

993. OKOLIE OKWUDILI

994. OKORIE ONYEBUCHI

995. OKORO CHARLES

996. OKORO CHINONSO ROY

997. OKOROCHUKWU UCHE T.

998. OKOYE IFEANYI

999. OKOYE OBIORA J.

1000. OKPALA OBIORA O.

1001. OLABODE BENSON

1002. OLISA ANAEMNA

1003. OLISA CHUKWUKA

1004. OMOIKA J. KINGSLEY

1005. ONABOTE KAYODE

1006. ONAEGHAGBE EMMANUEL

1007. ONOCHIE FLORENCE NKIRUKA

1008. ONWUEME SAMUEL O.

1009. ONWUEME SAMUEL UCHENNA

1010. ONWUSA C. PATRICK

1011. ONYEBUCHI AJUZIE

1012. ONYEBUCHI OGBO

1013. ONYEDIKAN C. DIKE

1014. ONYEKA A. AMALU

1015. ONYEKA GBONEME CLIFFORD

1016. ONYEKACHUKWU NDUBA

1017. ONYEKELU EZEONALA

1018. ONYEMA KELECHI

1019. ONYEMEGA GABRIEL O.

1020. OPARA K. NNADOZIE

1021. OPARA VICTOR

1022. ORAELUNO EMMANUEL

1023. ORAELUNO EMMANUEL J

1024. ORDU CHIMA ANTHONY

1025. ORUBU ANDREW

1026. OSAJI GERALD IKECHUKWU

1027. OTUCHIKERE UDOCHUKWU

1028. OZEGBE EMMANUEL

1029. OZORKA CHIDI

1030. PASTOR BONIFACE EJIKE EZE

1031. PATIENCE ESEGIARU

1032. PATRICK C. OSONDU

1033. PATRICK CALLY OSONDU

1034. PAUL C. EGBUNIKE

1035. PAULDUBE P. NWOKOLEKWU

1036. PETER AKIDI

1037. PETER OKON

1038. PRINCE ANTHONY ANENE

1039. PRINCE TONY ASUOHA

1040. RAPHAEL UDOM BASSEY

1041. REKIYATU YAHAHA

1042. RHODA BORAH

1043. ROBINSON NDUBUISI OSITA

1044. RUTH SAMUEL

1045. SALIU SUNNY

1046. SAMUEL EZIKE

1047. SAMUEL N. NNUBIA

1048. SAMUEL NWANNEKA CHARITY

1049. SAMUEL SEGUN

1050. SEKONI DAUDA

1051. SIR OKHE O. MICHAEL

1052. SOLOMON EFFANG MENSAH

1053. SOREMEKUN OLUWAKAYODE SAMUEL

1054. STEPHEN ARINZE

1055. SUNDAY IWUCHUKWU

1056. SUNDAY MADU NWULU

1057. SUNDAY UGWUEGWU

1058. TEMITOPE JOHNSON ALUKO

1059. TIMOTHY UZOMA SAMUEL

1060. TOCHUKWU OKOLI

1061. UCHE JONAS NWANKWO

1062. UCHE NWOSU

1063. UCHE ORJI

1064. UCHENNA EMMANUEL

1065. UDE CHUKWUEMEKA

1066. UDODOLI M. AMAKA

1067. UDOJI CHUKWUDI E.

1068. UDUMGBA NDIDI JOHN

1069. UGBERAESE STANLEY

1070. UGHAKU CLETUS

1071. UGOCHUKWU NWEKE

1072. UGWOKE F. CHINWE

1073. UGWUNODO JOEL C.

1074. UMARU JUMAH

1075. UMEKWE F. IFEANYI

1076. UMELO JEREMIAH OKECHUKWU

1077. UMUKORO G. SAMSON

1078. UNAH SAMUEL ODOHI

1079. UZOBUDE PETER PAUL

1080. UZOCHUKWU CHRIS OBI

1081. UZOCHUKWU ONYEMA

1082. UZOMA OKEUGO

1083. VICTOR IHEUKWUMERE

1084. VICTOR ONUOHA

1085. VINCENT USUM NWANKWO

1086. VINCENT UZODINMA

1087. WARITER IKI

1088. ZEB NWAAGUMA

1089. UMENWOFOR M. SEBASTINE

1090. ADEWUYI KEHINDE

1091. EZELIORA SAMSON

1092. DENYEFA JOHN OPUKIE

1093. BALOGUN EMMANUEL TOBI

1094. IFEANYI EZEANWU

1095. OLUCHI ONUKAEBE’

1096. BRAI-CLEMENT OVIE

1097. UZOMA FRANCIS AGINA

1098. GERRY IGBEDE CHINEDU

1099. NNAMDI JOHN M.

1100. IFEANYI EZEANUM

1101. CHIDID ONYIA

1102. IBRAHIM A . SHAHADA

1103. BASHIR SANI P. Z

1104. MARK USMAN

1105. UCHECHUKWU NNEJI

1106. FAISAL ALMU

1107. MOHAMADU SAN JIKANMALAM

1108. SORAJO ABUBAKAR

1109. ABDULLAZIZ ABDULLAHI

1110. KABIR HARUNA

1111. HASSAN GARBA

1112. ILIYASU USMAN

1113. BISHIR NA’AJA

1114. KABIR YA’U

1115. SANI NAGOGO

1116. NASIRU MAIJEGA

1117. ABUBAKAR IBRAHIM

1118. LAWAL BELLO

1119. BABATUNDE SAMSON O.

1120. HUSSANI SULEIMAN

1121. BUHARI A. DOKAJO

1122. UMAR ABDULLAHI

1123. SUNDAY OGAH

1124. KABIR ABBA RIMI

1125. AISHA SULIEMAN

1126. KANDE SURAJO

1127. AHMED MOHAMMED

1128. SANI UBAIDU

1129. BISHIR SAYYADI

1130. HALIRU LAWAL

1131. ISA MAMMAN S.

1132. ALIYU USMAN

1133. YUNUSA TASI’U

1134. TIJANI MOHAMMED

1135. MANUSUR ADO

1136. SANI NAGOGO

1137. HAMZA HALLIRU

1138. YAHAYA MOHAMMED

1139. KABIR YA’U FARI

1140. ALIYU MOHAMMED ADAMU

1141. MUSTAPHA SANI JIBIA

1142. SULEIMAN HUSSEINI

1143. MUSA BARA’U YUSUF JIBIA

1144. BISHIR SAYYADI JIBIA

1145. SHAMSUDDEEN ISMAIL

1146. UCHECHUKWU NNEJI

1147. NASIRU GARBA

1148. SURAJO AHMED

1149. GAMBO HABIBU

1150. YUSUF ADO

1151. UMAR ABDULLAHI

1152. IBRAHIM TURKI SAUDE INGAWA

1153. SALMAN MAS’UD SARKI

1154. UMAR BARA’U JIBIA

1155. BABATUNDE OGUNDIWIN

1156. LAWAL SALISU

1157. BABALE SANI

1158. HALLIRU LAWAL

1159. AMINU SANI

1160. SADA ABUBAKAR

1161. ABUBAKAR A. GARBA

1162. BELLO MAGAJI

1163. BABANGIDA YAKUBU JIBRIL

1164. NURA SULEIMAN DAMBO

1165. ALH. HARO MUSA MOTA

1166. HUSSANI KANTA MAGAMA

1167. ALH. MUSA DANKALLAH

1168. ALH. BALA AMOGA

1169. HAMZA WADA

1170. KABIR AHMED

1171. SALISU RABE REZA

1172. AMINU WALI JIBIA

1173. ABDU AZIZ IBRAHIM

1174. AMINU IBRAHIM A. ESQ

1175. KABIR MUHAMMED

1176. USMAN IDRIS

1177. UMAR LAWAL

1178. SHAMSU SULEMAN

1179. ABUBAKAR BELLO

1180. AYUBA ADO

1181. TIJANI LAWAL

1182. SAIFULLAHI BUHARI

1183. BUHARI BELLO

1184. HYCIENTH ANEKE

1185. CHIEF ISAIAH SUNDAY OKONKWO

1186. HON. OKWUDILI UGOJI

1187. MR. CHIGOZIE JOSHUA ADINDU

1188. MRS. OKORACHA ROSE STELLA

1189. PRINCE NJOKU N. N

1190. NWAOSAH WELLINGTON

1191. OBIAGWU ANTHOY

1192. ADEROJU OLUGBENGA

1193. OKORAOFOR MICHAEL

1194. NWAJEI BENNETH

1195. KOLAWOLE ADEKO

1196. AKPAN TONY

1197. MR. STANLEY EZENWA

1198. JAMES OGUNGBURE

1199. OMOLOLA TITILOPE

1200. OBARO EMMANUEL

1201. DONATUS NWADUKWU

1202. CALISTUS EZEIGWU

1203. IWEGBU PHILLIP

1204. UZOWULU SUNDAY

1205. CHIGBO EBOGU

1206. OHUAKNWA OBEDIAN

1207. KINKSLEY NWACHUKWU

1208. VINCENT NWONKWO

1209. PETER NWOKOLO

1210. JAMES MARK

1211. ABIODUN RAMANI

1212. ALEX ONWUEMENE

1213. UBAN BENJAMIN

1214. AKARACHI JOHN KENNETH

1215. KALU ANYA

1216. OLISEDEME ANDREW

1217. MOHAMMED EGBUNU

1218. PRINCE JERRY NWOKEDI

1219. AKA UGOCHUKWU

1220. MICHAEL ETO

1221. LAWRENCE C. PETERS

1222. OKECHUKWU UGOCHUKWU

1223. CHINEDU OGBONNA

1224. IHEANACHO OBINNA

1225. OBED CHIKA NRI

1226. CHIBUZO CHRISTIAN

1227. KENECHUKWU ONYEIZUGBO

1228. UZOUKWU CHIJIOKE FRANCIS

1229. GODWIN O. EMERUEM

1230. JUDE M. OKOYE

1231. OLUSEGUN OLUBAMIRO

1232. OKONKWOR INNOCENT

1233. AMADI CHUKS

1234. OKE LATEEF

1235. AKINYEMI AKIN

1236. KUNLE OMOTOLA

1237. OYINLOLA SAMUEL OYEWOLE

1238. MICHAEL GODWIN

1239. ONYESOH IFEANYI

1240. ADENDE OMOLOLA

1241. ABIODUN ADEKOYA

1242. IFEANYI ANENE

1243. ODINANWA EBUKA

1244. SOLOMON LEKAN

1245. OHAI SUNDAY

1246. EMMA C. OKONKWO

1247. IBINI JOSEPH

1248. CHIKAEZE KENETH

1249. SUNDAY NWAINEDI

1250. PETER OKONKWO

1251. DIMEJI ADEKOYA

1252. CHARLES NWACHUKWU

1253. REUBEN NWADISIE

1254. OLODI OJO

1255. IWUOZOR CHUKWUMA

1256. NWAKAIFE FRIDAY

1257. MICHEAL OKUBANJO

1258. OSEMEKE FELIX

1259. DAKERU BIRINENGI

1260. EKWUNIFE CHIKA P

1261. JAMES C. OKEKE

1262. UCHECHUKWU SUNDAY

1263. ANTHONY IFEANYI

1264. UCHE VICTORIA NWAFOR

1265. VINCENT UCHENNA NWAFOR

1266. AIGBEFOR DENNIS

1267. BIOLATIRI BOLAJI PETERS

1268. JAME MOKARO

1269. CHUKWUDI STANLEY AZORJU

1270. KELECHUKWU JOSEPH

1271. OHAWERE KELLY

1272. DAMIEN I. NWONU

1273. OYESOH SIMON

1274. NGENE SIMON NWEKE

1275. CHALES NWAFOR

1276. HON. JOHN ANEDU EKEN

1277. NWOKOYE EBUBE

1278. CHINEDU OYNBUNEYI

1279. CHUKWUEMEKA OKERIE

1280. CHIBUZOR NWOSU C.

1281. JUDE M. OKOYE

1282. ALANEME A, UBA

1283. NKEMDIRIM EDWIN

1284. OBIAGU RAMSEY

1285. FRANCIS ONWASANYA

1286. EZEAMANA ATTANASIUS C.

1287. AKUNWA NWACHUKWU

1288. ANDREW CHUKWUMA

1289. EMMANEUL EJIMKONYE

1290. SUNDAY UKANDU

1291. JOSEPH ARENE

1292. JOSEPH ANISIEBO

1293. CHARLES OYEKACHI M.

1294. ONUAHA KINSLEY

1295. OGUNJIMIMAUKIN SESUN

1296. AMAJEKKWU JOSEPH

1297. HILANU NWEKE

1298. HILARY DAGOGO

1299. OKONKWO CHIBUZOR

1300. UGBENI ESE

1301. ONUOHA KINSLEY UBA

1302. AMEZI SUNDAY FESTOS

1303. OBONNA ORJI

1304. CHALES UKAULO

1305. CYRIL EZIKE

1306. MIKE MBALILI

1307. STEPHEN DURU

1308. OBEMEKA OSADEBE

1309. BELLO A. KARREEM

1310. ALHAJI SAHEED AKINSOLA

1311. COMFORT OSEJI

1312. TUNDE OGUNLAJA

1313. OKECHUKWU EWULU

1314. MOSHOOD LAWAL

1315. CHINONZO NNADI

1316. OLUWAFEMI ADERINOKU

1317. UGOCHUKWU NWANKOAKA

1318. CHIGOZIE OFFOR

1319. FIDELIS NONSO IGWEMBA

1320. OTAKPO MICHAEL CHUKWUMA

1321. SAHEED ORIYOMI ATANDA

1322. PATRIC AGUNWA

1323. EKEH SUNDAY

1324. CHIGBU FRANK ONYEDIKACHI

1325. IDOWU FASASI

1326. OSITA EKWUNIFE

1327. NNOCIENT ONWURAH

1328. GBENGA BROWN

1329. GBENUDU VAL

1330. EZE GODWIN

1331. GODWIN BLESSED

1332. ONYEKA CHRIS K.

1333. ADEKOYA OLALEKE P.

1334. OGBOMO SAMUEL

1335. TOBE OZOCHUKWU

1336. CHUKWUDIMMA CHUKWUWDI

1337. GEORGE ODUNLE

1338. ANTHONY OFFER

1339. ISITICHALE JOHN

1340. NJOKU EMMANUEL NNAJI

1341. VICTOR UDE

1342. CHUKWUNALU ILLOME

1343. KELVIN DIKE

1344. MR. NWADOZIE EGBU

1345. MR. LAWRENCY OKOLI

1346. MR. IFEANYI NWANEKEZI

1347. MR. CHUKUNWEIKE EMMANEUL

1348. MICHAEL NWASIKE

1349. AFAMEFOMA MBAH

1350. MICHEAL NWILO

1351. AWERE AWADA

1352. DIMFOR C. IKECHUKWU

1353. ISSA ARDULMALIKI IDIPI

1354. ADEBAYO OLANREWAJU

1355. BASAMBO ABDULAHIB

1356. BASAMBO ABUBARKA

1357. ABDULLAHI ISSA AYINDE

1358. ABDULLAHI ABDUL RAFIU

1359. ABDULWAHAB WOLIYI AREMU

1360. ABDUL KADIR BASAMBO A.

1361. USMAN SULEIMAN

1362. ISSA OMOWUMMI

1363. ADBUL KADIR BASAMBO A.

1364. AMINU IDOWU

1365. ABDUL GANIYU

1366. AMALU THOMAS

1367. ANEBECHUKWU FRANCIS

1368. ATAKU CHUKWUBUEKE E.

1369. ATUKA CHUKWUBUEKE

1370. ILODIGWE EZE

1371. IWEGBUNNA ARINZE

1372. MOLOKWU CHRISTIAN

1373. OKOYE IKECHUKWU H.

1374. OLAJIDE JOSHUA O.

1375. CHUKWUMA OKAFOR ANTHONY

1376. FREDURU OGBOD

1377. OGBFO ERNEST CHIKA

1378. NDIMKORA COSMAS

1379. UCHEGBU OKEY N.

1380. UKABIALA ONYINYE U.

1381. UKWU FIDELIS ELIJAH

1382. UZOBUDE PETER PAUL

1383. OZOSI SYLVESTER CHUKWUNWIKEM

1384. UGOH DUKE OKEKE

1385. PETER IHEANACHO

1386. OBOMON OBEHI MELODY

1387. EZEANI IKECHUKE PETER

1388. OKOLO SUNDAY CHINEDU

1389. IKEGBODU CHUKUNDI JOSEPH

1390. ADEBAYO OLUGENGA ADEWALE

1391. NWANKWO UCHE JONAS

1392. OKOYE IKECHUKWU HYCIENTH

1393. OKOLI E CHIKE EZEOKE GABRIEL CHIDOZIE

1394. IBUBE VINCENT EKEMEZIE

1395. NDUAGUBA UGOCHUKWU U,

1396. NWACHUKWU EMMANUEL A.

1397. NWAECHUNNETO CHUKWU NBERI

1398. NWAKWEME CHUKWUEME JOHN

1399. NWAKAJI PETER OKWUDILI

1400. NWANDU IKWUNME BONIFACE

1401. CHRISTOPHER NWANKWO

1402. NWAOGARAKU CHARLES

1403. NWEKE BENJAMIN

1404. NWOYE M. CHRISTIAN

1405. FIDELIS CHINACOROM OKEBUGWU

1406. OKON VICTOR. V

1407. OGONNA FRANCIS

1408. ANYANWU CHRISTIAN C.

1409. IBENECHE CHARLES

1410. ANYANWU PETER C.

1411. UWAKWE LUCKY I.

1412. CHUKWU JOSEPH E.

1413. OBODOZIE CHIDI C.

1414. NWABUEZE HENRY IKE

1415. NWOGU OKEZIE FELIX

1416. UWAGA CHRISTIAN I.

1417. MATHIAS ODINAKACHI H.

1418. ONUIGBO SYLVESTER U.

1419. INYAMA CHUZEDU C.

1420. ANYANWU ONYEKACHI I.

1421. CHUKWELU CLINTON N.

1422. OKORO EMMANUEL O.

1423. UMUKORO LUCK N.

1424. MGBOROGWU UGOCHUKWU K.

1425. AGU JANE E.

1426. ALBERT OKWUDIRICHUKWU P.

1427. KALU PLIUS I.

1428. UKAONU VINGILUS

1429. OGWU SALOME C.

1430. NJOKU CHIGEMEZU G.

1431. NWEKE PHILIP A.

1432. EGBEDION AUGUSTINA

1433. UGBEYEN PRECIOUS

1434. YOR-YOR MABEL

1435. OPARA IFEANYI

1436. ONWUKA KALU PELE

1437. OGBONNA UDOCHUKWU

1438. OPARA KELVIN ACHILIKE

1439. EMERENINI JUDE OBIZUE

1440. MADUKWE KELECHI CHIDI

1441. AHAMEFULE CHIJIOKE ISAAC OPARA KEVIN

1442. ABARA ONYEKACHI

1443. UGWU VALENTINE

1444. ONWUKA CHIBUZOR

1445. ONYEKWERE CHIBUZOR

1446. ONYEKWERE NNAMDI

1447. DEGUAL UGORJI

1448. NWOGU BLESSING

1449. JAMES UCHE

1450. ANAZOR PRINCE

1451. NWAFOR SUNDAY

1452. AMANZE VICTOR

1453. CHINYERE UDOCHUKWU FELIX

1454. CHINYERE CHUKWUEMEKA KELVIN

1455. EMERENINI JUDE

1456. NWEKE PHILIP

1457. EZIMOHA ROMANUS

1458. OPARA IFEANYI NICHOLAS

1459. MADUKA IHECHUKWU WILLIAMS

1460. ONUMAEGBU SUNNY

1461. IROANYA BRIGHT

 

 

 

NAGAFF AND STANDARDS ORGANIZATIONS OF NIGERIA (SON) in RESPONSIBLE PARTNERSHIP

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A high powered delegation of NAGAFF led by the Founder, Dr. Boniface Aniebonam today paid a working visit to the newly appointed Acting Director General of STANDARD ORGANIZATIONS OF NIGERIA , Dr. Paul Angya.

At the meeting, NAGAFF highlighted various issues of SON as it affects the freight forwarders and importing public. The issues include but not limited to the following:

1. Ambushing duly cleared containers en-route the owners warehouse.
2. The issue of arbitrary debit note for “import permit” which has replaced the EPCC, Electronic Provisional Compliance Certificate.
3.The issue of staggered inspection of container after customs examination resulting to payment for double handling to the relevant authority.
4. Delay in obtaining the debit note for payment import permit after application.

In response, the Acting DG promised to look into the various complaint raised. He equally said that he will continue with all the good programmes of his predecessor, Dr Ikem Odumodu, while he will jettison those he think constitutes impediments to trade facilitation without compromising standard.
Here is the photos of the event

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ACG EDIKE TO VISIT NAGAFF TO BOOST EXISTING RELATIONSHIP BETWEEN CUSTOMS AND FREIGHT FORWARDERS

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The new ACG/Zonal Coordinator of Customs in-Charge of Zone “A”, Eporwei C. B. Edike is to pay a courtesy visit to the NAGAFF Headquarters on Tuesday March 15, 2016 by 12noon.

According to a letter signed by DC D. Yisa-Omogbehin, AIG Edike who supervises Customs operations in the entire South West Customs Area Commands is visiting NAGAFF as part of his familiarization tour of important locations in the areas under his supervision. DC Yisa-Omogbehin submitted further that the courtesy visit is also in recognition of the existing good working relationship between the Nigeria Customs and NAGAFF as well as other major stakeholders in the industry.

It is on record that over time, ACG Eporwei C. B. Edike who has served in various Commands of the Western Operations as an Area Comptroller is very conversant and familiar with the state of affairs on matters of Customs functions thereto in our ports systems, management and administration.

In a Release Signed by the National PRO of NAGAFF, Fwdr. Stanley Ezenga the Association submits that at the moment, the biggest problem facing Customs formalities is the attitude of people against the administration of Customs laws. The importing traders and Licensed Customs Agents other than professional freight forwarding companies and individuals are the headache of the Nigerian Customs operations for their non compliant attitude to import and export regulations.

It is the firm belief of the Anti-Corruption Committee of NAGAF that it shall gain support and momentum after the visit of ACG to NAGAFF Headquarters because of his penchant for integrity and compliance in Customs matters.

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TRAINING ON TRANSACTIONAL ACUITIES FOR OUTSTANDING TEAM PERFORMANCE, facilitated by PROSELL CONSULTING.

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This is to certify that NAGAFF EXECUTIVE COUNCIL (NEC) has successfully completed the programme on TRANSACTIONAL ACUITIES FOR OUTSTANDING TEAM PERFORMANCE, facilitated by PROSELL CONSULTING.
The two days programme was held at NAGAFF HEADQUARTERS, 2 Maybin Street, Apapa GRA on the 3rd and 4th of February 2016.

The beneficiary of the programme includes
The Founder of NAGAFF, Dr Boniface Aniebonam,
The chairman BOT, Chief Chidiebere Enalama,
The President, Chief Dr Eugene Nweke, The Deputy President and (the president in the waiting), Lion Oluwole Adeyemi,
The secretary general and his assistant, Dr. Arthur Igwilo and Fwdr Akpu Obasi Pius
The Publicity Secretary, Fwdr Stanley Ezenga,
The financial secretary Mr Ken Iyoha,
The treasurer, Com. Tico Philip Osisi,
The Deputy President Seaports, Prince Obums Anene
The Deputy President western zone, Owelle Engr. F. I. Okafor
The Deputy President border operations, Chief Ugochukwu Nnadi
The Deputy President Transport Logistics, Prince Chris Agba
The vice-president Int’l Relation, Fwdr Okey Nerus
The chairman Ant-corruption and his assistant, Chief Increase Uche and Chief Stephen Ibeh,
The secretary anti corruption, Joakin Nwachukwuma
The chief welfare officer and his assistant, Elder Donatus Ofoma and Deaconess Kate Oghagbon,
Chief Inspectorate Officer, Pastor Emma Chukwuma
The head Special Duty and his assistant, Fwdr Simeon Nwonu and Ms Aisha Kade
The head of IT, Lucky Enuma,
The admin secretary, Simon Wada
Head of legal, Bar Fred. Akhokia,
Bar Henry Olarotimi
Customs Agents Relation Officer, Chief Ifeanyi Ekemezie
The PSO Fwdr Okafor Chukwuma
Chairman Help Desk, Chief Rufus Azubike.

In his closing remarks, the Founder of NAGAFF Dr. Boniface Aniebonam said that with all this series of training, he is gradually building capacity of those who will lead this country aright on the platform of the NEW NIGERIAN PEOPLE’S PARTY (NNPP)

In the pictures below, participants were seen collecting their Certificate for successfully completing the programme