NAGAFF Academy will gain international recognition – Registrar, Francis Omotosho

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  • Lauds Dr Aniebonam on his visionary leadership style

(Report by Udeme Clement):

The Registrar of NAGAFF Academy, Mr Francis Omotosho, has declared that the Institution will gain international recognition soon, following its relevance and unique programmes designed to upscale the competences of Freight Forwarders in the country.

He made this known while giving his welcome address, at the just concluded second Matriculation Ceremony of NAGAFF Academy {2020/2021 Academic Session}, held at Apapa, Lagos.

His assertions: “We are building an Academy of high international standard, so that the quality is rated the best in freight forwarding education in Nigeria and amongst the very best in Africa.

“Matriculation exercise is part of our academic rituals. The main objective is to acquaint students with the fundamental principles, norms and culture of our Academy. The core values of this exercise are to project the image of this Academy as a Centre for knowledge, learning and character molding.

“The core values also depict the vision of our Academy, which is to nurture Institution of high international standard, so that the quality of the Academy is rated the best in freight forwarding education in Nigeria and amongst the best in Africa.”.

Speaking further, the
Registrar emphasised that NAGAFF Academy has important programmes designed to equip students to widen their skills in freight forwarding operations in the maritime sector of the economy.

He assured that students of NAGAFF Academy have a lot to benefit in terms of acquiring the knowledge that will make them become professional freight forwarders in future.

His words : “This is a historic event. My dear students and parents,
“I am assuring you all in unequivocal terms that the Academy is determined to uphold, protect and ensure the peaceful stay of all students.
With delight, I stand before you today to welcome you all to this important occasion.
As fresh students, it is expected that you will abide by all rules and regulations of this institution and participate in all activities of the Academy. You must be fully committed to your studies.

” A minimum attendance of 75% is required for you to be allowed into examination halls.
Continuous Assessment forms the basis of your examination. It must be taken with all seriousness as it constitutes 30% of your examination. Students are advised never to fail in doing their Continuous Assessment.

“Students are expected to exhibit high sense of discipline while in the Academy. The Academy will not award its diploma/certificate to students who are found wanting in character and in learning.
You are forewarned that to earn the certificates of the Academy, you must be disciplined in addition to studying hard.

“Your choice of NAGAFF Academy is a wise one and we are committed to seeing that we impart in you, all the necessary skills you deserve, as far as freight forwarding practice is concerned”.

More so, Mr Omotosho acknowledged the hard work, resilience and visionary leadership of Dr Boniface Aniebonam, as the Founder of NAGAFF, through whom the Academy was created.

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