Cross River IPMAN’s 8 Years Tussle Laid To Rest As New Leadership Emerge 

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By Godwin Otang

After a prolonged 8-year leadership crisis, the Independent Petroleum Marketers Association (IPMAN), Cross River State, has enthroned a new leadership for the foremost oil and Gas group.

The new leadership headed by one of its members Comrade Robert Obi, is made up of an 11-man executive, who were elected at the Annual General Meeting AGM/ Special General Meeting and Election held on  Monday in Calabar.

Though the executives are to leave IPMAN for the next for years, the New Chairman Robert Obi, disclosed that though the Calabar branch of the Association has been faced with a lot of challenges, the new team can surmount the challenges.

“We are not going to run a one-man business because it’s so challenging, we need the support of all to return our business to where it was.

“We call on all our stakeholders, like the Petroleum Tanker Drivers (PTD), Petroleum Station Workers (PSW), Independent  Marketers Branch (IMB), and Oil/Gas Workers (OGS) not to leave us behind but give us the support they have been giving because what affects one affects the other,” he said.

The AGM was attended by critical stakeholders of the Oil and Gas body.

Also speaking, the National President of IPMAN, Alhaji Ahmed Debo, represented by the national legal adviser Michael Udofia said they have permanently put a stop to the challenges faced by the Calabar Depot Chapter of IPMAN.

He said the task of the new executive is to make sure that they work together in harmony and reposition their businesses, expressing optimism that the new chairman of the Calabar Depot branch has the experience and capacity to lead the branch.

It could be recalled that the group which is the major oil and Gas dealer body has faced a prolonged leadership tussle,  splitting into factions for about eight years, a situation that has finally been put to rest.

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