NAOSSITES elect new executive

…president-elect promises to work with the governor in the interest of indigenous students

The central body of the National Association of Ogun State Students, NAOSS has today gotten a new executive to steer its affairs for the next one year in a peaceful conducted election.

The election which took place at the Training College of the Civil Defence Corps in Abeokuta witnessed the presence of delegate electorates from different tertiary institutions across the nation.

In the full glance of journalists, security agents, and stakeholders, the electorates voted their preferred candidates into all the executive and legislative positions.

While announcing the results of the election, the electoral chairman, Comr. Kehinde Olaonipekun declared the following as winners while others were elected unopposed. He however described the election as satisfactory and in line with the constitution of the association.

Zaka Abidemi Azeez who emerged as President with 17 votes defeated his closest opponent, Ogunrombi Gbemileke who had 7 votes while 2 votes were voided.

Other excos are: Akinremi Samson Eniola (Vice President I), Okeleye Odunayo (VP II) Adegelu Collins (VP III), Sowole Basit (Gen. Sec.), Abdulazeez Bashir Adegboyega (PRO I), Jolaosho Azeez (PRO II), Nurudeen Popoola (PRO III), Abolade Ibrahim (Fin. Sec.), Adeyeri Sodiq (Treasurer), Adekunle Tobi (Welfare Director), Abidogun Abisoye (Social Director), Olaniyi Timothy (AGS I), Bamgbela Surprise (AGS II).

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Elected Legislativ are: Sodiq Shakiru (Senate president), Ajayi Oluwafemi (Deputy Senate president), Oshikomaya Gbolahan (Clerk) and Sodunke Ganiu (Chief Whip)

In his own reaction, the President-elect appreciates all electorate who gave their votes to him and stood by him, he described them as his “dear brothers and sisters”. He then promised to sustain the peaceful atmosphere in Ogun state and to work with the governor of the state, Prince Dapo Abiodun in the interests of all indigenous students.

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