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Ezekwuabor Community elects new executive.

Ezekwuabor Community in Otolo Nnewi, Nnewi LGA has elected a new executive to pilot the affairs of the Community for another 4 years. This is coming at the the heels of a long wait by the community to have an elected leadership in the community.  Members of the new executive are Mr Udewulu Ezika, President Ezekwuabor community,secretary Mr Emma Agu,asistant secretary Mr Edwin Anaekwe,financial secretary Mr chibuzo ifeanyi,Mr Nchekwube Okoli treasurer, Mr Chigozie Okoli PRO, Chief provost Mr Aloy Okonkwo.  Speaking to newsmen after his election, the elected President General of Ezekwuabor Community, Mr Udewulu Ezika, thanked members of the Community for electiing him and his members to pilot the affairs of the Community. He promised to work hand in glove to ensure that the Community gets what is due to them.  He also promised to bring together the warring parties in the community to a round so that any issues within the community will be resolved.

Peer review: AU Rates Nigeria high In Infrastructure, Agric Revolution

The African nion Development Agency-New Partnership for Africa’s Development (AUDA-NEPAD) says Nigeria recorded tremendous successes in infrastructure development and agricultural revolution during the African Peer Review Mechanism (APRM). Princess Gloria Akobundu, Chief Executive Officer of AUDA-NEPAD, said this at a news conference in Abuja on Thursday. Akobundu said that the country also recorded successes in humanitarian services and fight against corruption. The APRM is governance arm that NEPAD established in 2003 by Heads of States and Government of African Union as a unique accountability method for African countries to review each other’s governance. She said that the country was highly commended at the 31st APR forum on Feb.4. “The review report was far-reaching and encompassed various segments of the socio-political economy and highlighted the developments recorded since the first peer review in 2008. “The President has assured that the government will effectively implement

Ogbaru Market: Leadership insist that Election was free, fair and credible

The newly elected leadership of Ogbaru Relief Market in Ogbaru LGA of Anambra state, still insist that Election into various offices of the market union was free, fair and credible, as it stated by the call by some disgruntled elements in the market hiding under the platform of traders with fake names are at it again.  Rising from a high profile meeting of the new executive, the assistant secretary of the market Mr Bucknor, said that traders in the market did not reject any election as that was the figment of the imagination of those that think that they can use blackmail to arm twist the goverment in doing their bidding.  He said that those calling for protest where the same people who were also calling for elections before now, thinking they will win the election which they lost because of their highandededness and greed.  Chief Bucknor however said that the names they used as their spokesperson was a fititious name as there is no name like Chinyelugo Nnamekwu, rather what they have