National Association of Udi Students(NAUS) Inaugurates New Excos Amidst Post EndSars Protest

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National Association of Udi Students(NAUS) Inaugurates New Excos Amidst Post EndSars Protest

Just like a successful election, one of the most successful and most announced student election in the history of Enugu State.

The National Association of Udi Students had her maiden inauguration of the newly elected executive council.

The event which held on the 7th of November, 2020 was organized by an eight man committee chaired by Comrade Ikechukwu Enemoh.

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The event which started with an opening prayer by Rev. Fr. Dr. Ben Ugwu of St. Mary’s Catholic Parish Ngwo was declared open by the chairman of the occasion Chief Maurice Emeka Akueme who was represented by Hon Mike CJ Madu.

Chief Akueme while addressing the students enjoined them to remain focused and not to be detracted but to fight and protect the interest of all Udi students within and outside Nigeria as such should be the primary aim of such organization.

He reminded them not to also forget their primary objectives in school which is “to study” and encouraged them that while they manage the association, they should also marry their studies.

Rev. Fr. (Dr) Ben Ugwu in his own remark applauded the students for putting together their efforts and resources to grow the association while calling on all relevant authorities to assist the good will of the students and youths.

The Udi Local Government Chairman who was unavoidably absent but was represented by Hon Fred Onyia Udi local government area supervisor for education.

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He Encouraged the students to keep up the struggle for oneness, he pledged the support of the local government.

Comrade Austin Okwu the outgoing president in his address narrated the history of NAUS, the journey so far, he also outlined recommendations for a successful government, he cried out to the new leaders not to allow personal interests to eat up the actual setting of NAUS.

In his appreciation he thanked the council chairman and all who had in a way or the other supported the inauguration especially Chief Maurice Emeka Akueme who in his magnanimity doled out a huge chunk to finance the project at a time when all hope was lost.

“Honestly speaking you are a rare breed, its only God that can reward you for supporting the students both in morale and financial means”.

Haven sworn the Oath of allegiance, Comrade Onuigbo Christian took to the floor to tender his appreciation while reiterating on the readiness of the newly elected executive members to serve.

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Onuigbo appreciated Hon Pascal Agu and eulogised all who contributed to the success of the event.

“To chief Sir Maurice Emeka Akueme (Njikokamma Enugu State), Your kind and your leadership style is second to none”

“May God continue to reward you for supporting the students morally and financially, we will continue to appreciate your good deeds”

“To our Patrons, Hon Uche Ugwu, Hon Okenna Aguneche, Chief Osita Ngwu, thank you for your unalloyed support and for accepting our honorary offer”

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“Many thanks to the following personalities; Hon Osita Ngwu(SA on student matters to Udi local government Chairman), Comr Emmanuel Onwuegbu (SA on Youth empowerment to Udi local government chairman) especially Hon Mike CJ Madu and Hon Ikenna Onaga who has shown many different colors of support to the association on different occasions”

“The past executives ably led by someone who have nurtured this association keenly whom I call NAUS HERO, Comrade Okwu Austin and his Executives, we really appreciate”.

The NAUS seized the opportunity to unveil her new patrons and advisers.

Patrons includes; Chief Maurice Emeka Akueme(Njikokamma Enugu State), Hon Uche Ugwu(Deputy Speaker Enugu House of Assembly), Hon Okenna Aguneche, Chief Osita Ngwu.

Meanwhile they named the following persons the association’s advisers; Rev Fr(Dr) Ben Ugwu— Spritual adviser, Barr(Dr) Mrs Nnenna Anozie— Legal adviser, Hon Ikenna Onaga— Political adviser, Mr Kester Udeh— Academic adviser, Amb Ikechukwu Chris Enemoh— Technical adviser.

Barr Nnenna Anozie who was represented by Barr Mrs Chizoba Sandra anchored the Oath taking of the new executive members.

The newly inaugurated Excos includes; Onuigbo Christian— National President, Nwabueze Genevieve Nkiruka— Vice President, Aneke Sochi Cyriacus— Secretary General, Ilo Ogochukwu Judith— Assistant Secretary General, Aniji Wilfred— Financial Secretary, Ozor Charles Chibuzor— Assistant Financial secretary, Oshim Valentine— Treasurer, Onyia ThankGod Chiagozie— Director of Socials, Onoh Kingsley Chimaobi— Director of Games, Akagu Jennifer Ekpereamaka— Welfare Officer, Igwenagu Charles Chisom— Publicity Secretary.

The members of the NAUS House of Representatives which has Hon Francis Oha as the speaker were also inaugurated.

Special guests who were present during the inauguration includes; Hon Fred Onyia; Udi local government area supervisor for education, Hon Mike CJ Madu; National Coordinator Maurice Akueme Foundation, Rev Fr (Dr) Ben Ugwu; Parish Priest St Mary’s Catholic Church Ngwo, Hon Ikenna Onaga, Mr Kester Udeh.

Other guests were Barr Mrs Chizoba Sandra, Hon Ononenyi, Hon K C Onyianta; SA on media and publicity to Udi local government chairman, Dr Tonyferdinand Agu; Senior lecturer at UNN, Hon Blessing Onyia; SA on health to Udi local government chairman, Comr Franklin Chidera; SA on student affairs to Aninri local government chairman.

Also in attendance were other student leaders of various associations within and outside the state.

NAUS Inaugurates New Excos Amidst Post EndSars Protest is reported by Charity Reporters.

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