MR. KAJE ALOZIE ELECTED NIGERIAN UNION SOUTH AFRICA (NUSA) FREE-STATE PROVINCIAL CHAIRMAN

MR. KAJE ALOZIE ELECTED NIGERIAN UNION SOUTH AFRICA (NUSA) FREE-STATE PROVINCIAL CHAIRMAN

Honorable Kaje emerged the Chairman of Nigerian Union South Africa, Free State at the Provincial Elective Congress held in Bloemfontein Free state, South Africa on Sunday the 21st of October, 2018.

Others elected are Bueze Anthony as Vice President, Dr. Kingsley Orlu Treasurer, Bosede Oluwatoyin, Organizing secretary and Alhaji Abdulquadri Muideen as publicity secretary.

National Executive officers, Hon. Adetola Olubajo (NUSA President ) and Hon. Habib Miller Saliu (National Publicity Secretary) were in attendance to observe the electoral process and swearing of the newly elected Executives.

“I want to thank everyone for the confidence and trust bestowed on me and promise to work in the interest of all Nigerians in Free State” Mr Alozie said in his vote of thanks.

Honorable Eric Okoye, the outgoing Chairman, thanked everyone for their contributions during his tenure. He also pledged to support the incumbent administration to the best of his abilities and enjoined for support from all participants in the Province.

After the inauguration of the newly elected executives, NUSA President Honorable Adetola Olubajo commended the electoral committee and stakeholders for a job well done.

He also advised against tribalism and further expressed the imperative of the involvement of our Women (Women’s league).

He stressed the need for members to attend meetings and urged the leadership to always set up programs that would benefit members in the province.

NUSA wishes to thank everyone that made the event a success. Your continuous support is highly appreciated.

 

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