Monday, November 07, 2016

ASA-Dallas elects Ray Okoye, president

The Anambra State Association (ASA) branch in Dallas Forth-Worth (ASA-DFW) has elected Chief Ray Okoye as its new president, reports ITRealms.

Board Chairman, ASA-United State of America (USA) Dr. Chris Ikeanyi, disclosed this at the weekend to ITRealms, commended the election.

“ASA-DFW has elected a very good man in the person of Chief Ray Okoye to lead our great affiliate in Dallas,” he declared.

He also alleged that this came after two years of destructive leadership in ASA-DFW.

“… Finally, a peaceful leadership has emerged and the association that played a vital role in the formation of ASA-USA will now begin to thrive as it once did in the past when it was led by the likes of Engr. Paul Iwuchukwu and Dr. Joe Udeozoh,” he said.

Okenyi, therefore, extended a resounding congratulation to Chief Ray Okoye, as the new President of ASA-DFW.

ITRealms gathered that the election which took place on Saturday night saw the defeat of the incumbent Engr. Nnaerika Okonkwo.

An eye witness, Sir Charles Maduka told ITRealms that the election result sent “a shocking chill to the spines of members as nobody gave the unknown Ray a chance.”

He joined other well-meaning ASA-USA members to congratulate Chief Ray Okoye on his emergence. 

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