UIAA10The University of Ibadan Alumni Association, UIAA, Asaba chapter, inaugurated a new Executive Council to pilot the affairs of the chapter, following the conduct of a successful bye-election to elect offices to the remaining positions in the chapter’s exco, at the general meeting hosted by new Chairman, Sir Patrick Origho on July 25, 2015.

The new Executive Council members are as follows: Sir Patrick Origho, Chairman, Mr. Samuel Ilabor, 1st Vice Chairman, Barr. Jacob Kagho, 2nd Vice Chairman, Mr. Frank Keshi, Asst Secretary and Mrs. Janet Okagbare, Financial Secretary,  Mr. Chuks Ehire, Secretary, Miss Uche Maduemezia, Treasurer and Mr. David Diai, Publicity/Welfare Officer. They were all returned un-opposed and join the rest of the already elected to pilot the affairs of the UIAA, Asaba chapter.

The collective elections conducted by the election committee headed by Mr. Nwaham Wemdi, as Chairman, and Mr. T.A.N Nzerem and O.S Chukwuma, as Secretary and members respectively, was adjudged as very successful, free, fair and credible by all who witnessed it. The swearing-in of the new Exco was performed by UIAA National President, Dr. Kemi Emina and distinguished alumni members who witnessed the change of baton ceremony included Dame Esther Elue, wife of former Delta State Deputy Governor, former UIAA Asaba chapter chairman and now Chairman of the UIAA National Ececutive Council, NEC hosting Committee, Sir Richard Asenime, immediate past UIAA Asaba chairman and recently retired Delta State Head of Service, HOS, Sir Paul Evuarherhe, as well as other distinguished Uites residing in Asaba, the Delta Sate capital.

Below are some photos of the historic event. 


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