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“NAAPD committed to sustainable food security in Nig’’ says Adamu




Umar Abdullahi from Jos

The Nigeria Association of Agricultural Product Dealers in partnership with the Nigeria Police Force has concluded arrangement of posting staff to commence monitoring and evaluation of vehicles taking off from Plateau state chapter between June and July to avoid multiple taxes and levies on highways.

 The state Coordinator, Mr. Tukura Solomon Adamu, a rtd deputy Comptroller of prison who gave this disclosure at the federal secretariat Plateau state.

Adamu commended the staff for their resilience and commitment to support towards achieving meaningful development in the country which function is to not just collection of levies and taxes but granting loading including uploading of all the agricultural products.

 According to him, the association are not only dealing with the agricultural products leaving the shore of this country but imported goods coming into the country before entering there must be permit.
 Rtd Deputy Comptroller said some of their staff will be deploy to sea ports to work in conjunction with the Nigeria Police Force which was granted license.

He explained further that list Local Governments coordinators for screening exercise would soon be send to enable them start orientation in other to advance responsibility.

The partnership with police to commence Notice to Traders, Drivers in Plateau to prevent multiple taxes and levies intimidation, harassment of members destruction, stealing of our goods and maltreatment of our drivers, he noted.

"We must support FGN to force down price of food in our country, we must defend our members to proudly feed the Nation” he stated.

Adamu called, we shall submit our trucks for inspection and certification to Nigeria agricultural quarantine services approved control posts.

 He told the workers to obtain their awareness and sensitization sticker from Nigeria Association of Agricultural Product Dealers officer nationwide.
UMAR YUNUSA SUFI
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