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ADU Lagos gets new executive, as Remmy Nweke emerges chairman

The Awba-Ofemili Development Union (ADU) Lagos has elected a set of new executive members to be led by international award-winning techmediaprenuer, Mr. Remmy Nweke as the chairman, reports ITRealms.

Nweke, who is the Lead Strategist at DigitalSENSE Africa Media group, ITRealms gathered, takes over from former chairman, Mr. Kenneth Abulu Okoye and will steer the affairs of ADU Lagos for the next three years with his team.

The emergence of the new executive committee for Lagos ADU followed an election held on Sunday, June 4, at Satellite Town, with Mr. Joe Okoye stepping in as the vice chairman.

Announcing the outcome, the chief electoral officer for the 2017 electoral committee and Ideh of Awba-Ofemili, Ozo Agbogidi Benard Chidebe, listed other members of the new executive who all emerged unopposed to include Arinze Chidebe, a banker who emerged Secretary, Alex Akabueze as Assistant Secretary, Uchenna Muokwudo as Treasurer, Financial Secretary, Michael Monday Okafor, and assistant Financial Secretary, Emmanuel ChinedumEmeka Nweke.

Others, he said include the public relations officer cum welfare officer, Mr. Chike Aniebonam, he would be assisted y Mr. Monday Agummadu, while the provost is Adolphus Madubuko and to be assisted by Osita Nnake.

Ozo Chidebe also enjoined the new executive to ensure the sustenance of the peace in the ADU Lagos branch and at home as well as growing the branch to become the envy of all others nationwide.

In his acceptance speech on behalf of the new executive, Mr. Remmy Nweke commended the electoral committee and members of the ADU Lagos for peaceful conduct.

He also dedicated the success of the election to God and members of the branch, urging them to feel free as his administration would run an open-door policy that is all-inclusive.

He further called for good concepts that will move the branch forward, which ultimately is to contribute meaningfully to the development of Awba-Ofemili town in Awka-North of Anambra State.

According to him, volunteerism is the beginning of leadership training and urged members to always volunteer as there are works to be done in moving ADU general and Lagos in particular to the next level.

The new exco equally pledged to endeavour at all times to project themselves and ADU in a way that will be very heartwarming and capable of bringing upliftment to the rice-producing town of Awba-Ofemili.


Onyeka Victor/ED, Ops

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