…As NAGAFF Tincan chapter organizes wake for late Ishmael Amobi
The National President of the National Association of Government Approved Freight Forwarders, NAGAFF, Chief Fwdr. Tochukwu Ezisi has emphasized the importance of regular medical check up for individuals and families.
Speaking at the Service of Songs held in honour of Late Ishmael Amobi Chukwunere, who before his death was the President Liaison Officer, PLO of NAGAFF Tincan Chapter, the NAGAFF Boss said some freight forwarders spend extravagantly without paying attention to their health.
Fwdr. Tochukwu reminded his members of the need to continue with the free health insurance scheme which he introduced about one year ago adding that some families have benefited a lot from it including the Late Ishmael Amobi Chukwunere family.
Earlier in his opening remarks, the Chairman of NAGAFF, Tincan Island Chapter, Chief Fwdr. Emeka Paul Chiedozie admonished members to be very conscious of their attitude towards their fellow human, saying “what would you be remembered for as an individual?”
He continued, “How many lives did you change or put smiles on their faces before God call you? Make sure you touch a life as an individual, be very kind to people that come your way and the people you transact business with.”
Also Speaking the Vice Chairman of NAGAFF, Tincan Chapter, Fwdr. Ifeanyi Emon said everything a man does on earth, he would account for at the appropriate time.
“No matter the circumstances ensure your family members are carried along in your business. in life, distance shouldn’t be a barrier to communication between any man and his family”. he advised.
The event which took place at NAGAFF Headquarters in Apapa, Lagos was organized by the Chairman, NAGAFF Tincan Island Chapter, Fwdr. Chief Emeka Paul Chiedozie and his Executives members.
Photo 1: Fwdr. Tochukwu Ezisi, National President of NAGAFF.
Photo 2: Fwdr. Emeka Paul Chiedozie, Chairman, NAGAFF Tincan Island chapter.
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