by crossriverwatch admin
The Actors Guild of Nigeria, AGN, Cross River State chapter has released electoral guidelines for the election of new executives in the chapter.
The electoral guideline for the conduct of the chapter election was made during a meeting of the chapter’s guild convened last week in Calabar by the chapter’s Actors Guild of Nigeria Electoral Committee, AGNEC.
Following the release of the guidelines, election has been announced by the chapter AGNEC to hold on Saturday, 15th February, 2014.
Members, following the announcement of date, were allowed to declare their intention to aspire for various elective positions in the guild.
Actors who declared their intentions for chairmanship position include Monica Udofia, Eric Anderson and Victor Eyamba.
While William William and Ekpedeme Udoete took the plunge for the Vice Chairmanship and Precious Otu and Kanu Okpo declared their intention to vie for the Guild’s Secretary; while Prince Anderson declared intention for the Guild’s Public Relations Office.
For the post of Treasurer, Ekpo Love, Victoria Ayi and Susan Samuel declared their intentions; while Joe Omini and Emmanuel Williamson indicated interest in running for the Office of the Director of Guild services.
Eric Anderson, Monica Udofia, Susan Samuel, Emmanuel Williamson and William William were all part of the just dissolved administration and are now declaring to run for new positions while Eric Anderson and Susan Samuel are rerunning for their previous positions as chairman and treasurer respectively.
If AGNEC succeeds in the conduct of this election it would be the first time election will be conducted since the chapter was plunged into crisis on November 2012.
The chapter has witnessed successive dissolution of Electoral Committees that were hitherto constituted to conduct elections.
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