The Council for the Regulations of Freight Forwarding in Nigeria (CRFFN) has donated the sum of N6 million naira to the fight against the COVID-19 Pandemic. The Registrar of the Council, Barrister Sam Nwakohu made this known yesterday during a stakeholders interactive session between the council and the Nigerian Shippers Council (NSC).
Nwakohu further informed that he will be distributing free waters to all buses conveying freight forwarders to and from the Port, stating that water is an essential medicine especially during this period.
He reiterated that, “CRFFN has donated the sum of N6 million naira as part of it’s effort to curb the spread of the COVID-19 Pandemic
The breakdown of N6 million are: N2.5million goes to Federal Government, while N1.5 will go to the Lagos State Government and N1 million comes to the management of CRFFN, another N1 million goes to the committees of CRFFN, who are also on the field.
“And by tomorrow I will be putting water in all the buses, that moves freight forwarders to and from the Port as you know water is an essential medicine for the period we are in.
“So these are some of the things we are doing to make sure that the federal government realises it’s objective by leaving the port open” he said.
Speaking further Nwakohu said the primary aim of the government as it stand today is to look after the health of the citizen, which he said CRFFN is committed to ensuring.
The Captioned Photo: The Registrar, Council for the Regulations of Freight Forwarding in Nigeria (CRFFN), Barrister Sam Nwakohu