Oyo ANA elects new exco

Oyo ANA elects new exco

THE Association of Nigerian Authors (ANA), Oyo State chapter, has elected new officers to direct the affairs of the association. The election of the new officers took place after the 2020 state convention held at Room 32, Faculty of  Arts, University of Ibadan (UI), Ibadan, the state capital.

The electoral committee which was chaired by Mr Ayo Opakunbi, has Miss Phil Nwoko, as secretary.

Other members are Honourable Muda Ganiyu and a retired school principal, Mr Ekundayo Asifat. However, at the end of the election,  Taslim Abiola Layonu emerged as the chairman; Prince Oyebade Oyedepo, vice-chairman; Adeogun Olasumbo Comfort, as the treasurer; Saka Wasiu Laide, assistant general secretary; Akinwale Funmilayo Theresa, financial secretary; Oladoyinbo Abiodun Ayoade emerged as the auditor; Fakunle Busayo Ayorinde emerged as the Public relations Officer, while Gabriel Okonkwo, emerged as the secretary of the association.

Meanwhile, a former state chairman of the association, Dr Solomon Iguanre, commended the electoral committee and congratulated the newly elected officials urging them to be honest in the discharge of their duties.

The new chairman restated his commitment to serve the association and promised to run an inclusive administration.

 

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