NOUN Alumni Elects New Executives
The National Open University of Nigeria Alumni Association (NOUNAA) has elected new national officers to pilot affairs of the association for the next three years.
In an election which was witnessed by the Vice Chancellor of NOUN Professor Olufemi Peters, delegate members of the alumni from 36 states and FCT voted for their preferred candidates in Abuja.
In his remark, the Vice Chancellor Professor Peters who was represented by the Head of Marketing in the Directorate of Advancement and Linkages Mr Olademeji Tiamiyu commended the peaceful conduct of the Alumni election and charged the new executives to be good ambassadors of the university.
In his acceptance speech, the new president of NOUN Alumni Ifeanyi Kingsley Obukwelu promised to justify the confidence repose on him and the new officials. He said they will work to complete ongoing alumni projects and initiate new ones that will impact the immediate communities and good public image of the university.
The newly inaugurated executives of NOUN Alumni have Mr Ifeanyi Kingsley Obukwelu as the president Yusuf Musa as deputy President and Dr. Alimi Abubakar Etsu as the Secretary-General. Others were Onipede Esther Oluwakemi, Treasurer; Dr Hussaini Umar Ganduje, VP North West; Abana Bulum Maina, VP North East; Edward Louis Garba, VP North Central; Donald Isaac Udoh, VP South-South; Sarah Sobowale, VP South West and Theophilus Anudike, VP South East.
Also inaugurated were Mr Emovon Courage, PRO; Chiadika Emmanuel Onyinye, Financial Secretary; Auwal Muhammad, Organizing Secretary; Sa’adu Ibrahim Nock, Welfare Officer; Ismail Kolawole, Assistant Secretary General and Badmus Quadri Yinka as the Legal Adviser.