By Awayi Kuje

Eggon Cultural and Development Association ( ECDA), Ezhiba chapter,  has elected it new executive members to pilot the affairs of the association for the next  three years.

Mr Sunday Khaki Ebuga, the Secretary of the 2022 electoral committee while announcing the Chairmanship  election  result in Ezhiba said Mr David Sule Alaku scored 240 to defeat Mr Obadiah Akuadne Luka, who got 12 votes.

Khaki said that Mr Mutuwa Adamu got 220 votes to emerge Secretary General by defeating Mr Leonard Kigbu Bako, who scored 25 votes and Pastor Joseph Mamman Umbugadu got  206 to emerge Treasurer to defeat Mr Sunday Mamman Okpede who scored 10 votes.

” The election is free, fair and credible and I want to commend you all for ensuring peaceful and successful election of our great association, Ezhiba ECDA,”  he said.

The electoral committee commended the Aren Akun , Alhaji Usman Galadima Umbugadu, Ezhiba traditional council and entire Ezhiba community and security agent ( police) for ensuring peaceful election.

He announced those elected unpposed as Hon Alexander Nangba Alaso- Vice Chairman, Mr Emmanuel Angbashim- Assistant Secretary, Mr Philip Emmanuel Nanza- Financial Secretary, Mr Tsaku Usman- PRO1, Mr Ali Abawen Sunday- PRO 2, Mr Christopher  Peter Anzaku- Auditor 1, Mrs Rebecca John- Auditor 2, Mr Affi Musa Ewuga-Welfare Director, Mr Adigizi Bako- Provost Marshal and Mr  John Ali as Social Director.

Speaking with newsmen, Hon Thomas Anyu Bako,. Councilor representing Wakama Electoral Ward and Chief Awayi Kuje, the Outgoing Secretary of the community hailed the peaceful conduct of the election.

They have also commended Aren Akun and National leadership of ECDA Wakama led by Mr Dennis Anzaku for ensuring peaceful poll.

Bako said,  ” I want  to commend HRH, Alhaji Usman Galadima Umbugadu, Aren Akun, Ezhiba traditional council, other stakeholders and the entire members of ECDA for ensuring a peaceful ECDA election.

” I also want to commend men of the Nigeria police force for maintaining law and order during and after the election,” he said.

He urged the new elected officials of the association to live above board, if finally inaugurated.

The councilor has assured of his readiness to partner with the traditional council and association of the ward to promote unity and peace in the area.

Mr David Sule Alaku, the newly elected chairman appreciated God and the people of the area for electing him to pilot the affairs of the association.

He has promised to discharge his duties without fear or favour in the interest of development of the area, if finally sworn in.

The chairman elect has also pledged to collaborate with other stakeholders on order to promote peace and development in the state.

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