By Archibong Jeremiah
Kenneth Tawo-Odu has emerged as the Cross River State Coordinator of Association for Orphans and Vulnerable Children in Nigeria (AONN).
Speaking after his victory, Kenneth expressed high hopes that his administration will live up to the expectation of members and called on all AONN members to support his tenure to achieve the set goals.
Also, the national officer of AONN, Maxwell Ati, expressed satisfaction with the manner in which the members conducted themselves during the election.
Continuing, he maintained that if they continue to conduct themselves the way he saw them during the election, they will achieve alot. He encouraged the winners of the election to extend an olive branch to the losers to ensure a collective house in a bid to achieve the goals of the new excos.
On his part, Ben Usang the Electoral Committee Chairman said he is delighted by the composition of the executive and urged them to always remember that those who voted them into office have a lot of respect for them and should not dash their hopes.
Others who were also elected into other positions include, Agnes Usang Deputy Coordinator, while Victoria Archibong is the Finance Officer, William Arikpo is the Public Relations Officer and Peter Akwa Secretary to be assisted by Edikan Victoria.
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