NACESS Gets New Senate in Fresh Election of Principal Offices

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NACESS Gets New Senate in Fresh Election of Principal Offices

NACESS Gets New Senate in Fresh Election of Principal Offices

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The National Council of Enugu State Students(NACESS) an umbrella body that unites all indigenous students of Enugu State studying world wide gets new parliamentary arm of government “The Senate” during its first Senate convention held on Saturday 19th December, 2020.

In a most credible, free and fair election the Council through its electoral committee chaired by Hon Kingsley Odoh produced a five man officials to occupy some principal positions in the Senate.

Vote counting commences
Vote counting

Cutting across the three senatorial zones in Enugu state though not constitutional for the senate according to the NACESS constitutions produced the following as the newly elected officers;

Odenigbo Michael Chukwuebuka as Senate President.

Senator Odenigbo is from Igbo Etiti Local Government Area, he studies in University of Calabar(UNICAL). He is the Chapter President of Cross River State(He represents CRS in the Senate).

Nnaji Chinedu Daniel as Deputy Senate President.

Senator Nnaji is from Nkanu East Local Government Area, he studies in Enugu State College of Education Technical(ESCET) and NACESS Chapter President in ESCET. He represents ESCET Chapter in the Senate.

Mba Esther as Chief Clerk of the Senate.

Senator Mba is from Nkanu East Local Government Area and a student of National Open University(NOUN). She represents NOUN in the Senate.

Uchendu Felix as the Chief Whip of the Senate.

Senator Uchendu is from Ezeagu Local Government Area, a student of Federal University of Technology Owerri.

He is the Imo State Chapter President and represents Imo state in the Senate.

HRH Emmanuel U Onyishi as Sergeant at Arms.

Senator Onyishi is from Nsukka Local Government Area and a student of Federal University of Agriculture in Benue State.

Onyishi represents Benue state in the Senate as he is Benue state chapter president.

According to some members of the NACESS NEC the constitution recognizes all schools in a particular state that comes together to appoint nor elect one person to represent the entire state as a senator or Chapter president while in Enugu state all higher institutions of learning are recognized as chapters.

Showing how credible the election was, many fans of the revered association has taken to their various social media handles to felicitate with the association as well as those who emerged and as well commended the eleco for delivering.

The President of the Council Comr. Onah Joseph Onyemaechi in an interview with Charity Reporters commended the processes administered by the eleco in consonance with the NACESS Constitution.

He encouraged all the newly elected senators to join strength with the National Executive Council to take NACESS higher.

He also encouraged those who didn’t emerge to accept defeat in the spirit of sportsmanship while congratulating the winners to as well join the executives and the senate to take NACESS higher.

He stated that his administration is clinched towards progress and shall continue to administer an all inclusive governance.

The National Welfare Director Amb Enemoh Ikechukwu Chris in his own reaction commended the electoral processes.

He appealed to the aggrieved to shield their swords and work with those who emerged for a greater NACESS hence in every contest; there must be a winner.

Charity Reporters however gathered that despite grievances from those that loosed out, the election processes were credible and fair as every issues and observations raised before elections were duly tackled by the electoral committee, meanwhile no form of violence was recorded.

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Below are many evidences and reactions of how credible the election was.

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