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Wednesday, January 31, 2018

Offorkansi emerges PG Awba-Ofemili Dev. Union


The Awba-Ofemili Development Union (ADU) in Awka North Local Government Area of Anambra State, has elected a new set of executive with Hon. Dr. Ikechukwu Offorkansi emerged the President-General (PG), reports ITRealms.

Confirming this, His Royal Highness, the Ofemili of Awba-Ofemili, Igwe Ernest Ezekwesili Maduagwuna, commended the peaceful conduct of the exercise which held at the Umuosite square in the town and witnessed by relevant government delegation with sufficient sensitisation.

Igwe Maduagwuna also urged the new PG and his executive to be bridge builders by ensuring that peace and unity reign during their tenure.

ITRealms gathered that the new executive members of Awba-Ofemili Development Union (ADU) equally elected to work with Dr. Offorkansi comprised of Mr Fidelis  Mbene as Vice President, Mr. Okechukwu Okoye as Secretary- General and Thomas  Okafor  became the Assistant Secretary.

Others were Mr. Nathaniel Nwibe who emerged Treasurer; Pastor Alphonsus Maduabuchi, the Financial Secretary; Fidelis Mbonu - Public Relations Officer (PRO) and Polycarp Ndukaife elected as Auditor.

In his acceptance speech, Dr. Offorkansi on behalf of his team pledged to make peaceful co-existence and development the bedrock of his administration.

He also enjoined every indigene of Awba-Ofemili especially ADU branches across Nigeria and abroad to join hands with the executive to return the town to the path of greatness and bring about the required serenity to spur development.

Offorkansi assured he will work with Governor Willie Obiano and Igwe Maduagwuna to achieve the goals ADU has set moving the town forward and on the path of development.

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