Partners For Peace, Cross River Chapter Elects New Excos

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Cross section of the members of Partners for Peace after the election in Calabar
Cross section of the members of Partners for Peace after the election in Calabar

Members of Partners For Peace (P4P) in the Niger Delta, Cross River State chapter have conducted election for its executive council to pilot the affairs of the organization till 2018.

Addressing members of the Non-Governmental Organization, the electoral Chairman, Shawban Abdullahi expressed satisfaction with the manner members of the NGO conducted themselves during the process of the election.

His words: “Today marks a new era in this organization because a new government has been constituted, the task ahead is paramount and the new cadre of leaders must meet up to the task and close ranks”.

He urged the elected executive members to be steadfast as the task ahead of them is enormous and also admonished them to lead by example and avoid mistakes made in the past.

On his part, the State Coordinator elect, Mr. Anthony Ofre thanked his supporters and those who voted against him, describing it as politics.

Adding that, “My administration will be that of the people because I will carry everybody along, all ideas will be deeply considered and appreciated”.

He vowed that he will lead by example and carry all along irrespective of who voted him or against him.

He ended by soliciting for the support of the entire members of the NGO which he said he cannot do without.

Other members of the executive council include: Okoho Ene, Deputy Coordinator, Bassey Edem Secretary, Dorothy Effiong, Assistant Secretary, Eke Asuquo, Treasurer, Grace Bassey, Financial Secretary, Charles Effiong, Public Relations Officer, Scholastica Ita, Welfare Officer and Felix Ukam, Research Officer.

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