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New Amawbia town union executives sworn-in

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THE new Amawbia town union leadership were on Saturday, sworn-in by the prime minister and regent of the ancient community, Ozo  Nnaemeka Maduka to pilot the affairs of the town for the next three years.

   The swearing-in  ceremony which took place at the town’s secretariat, Eziokpaligwe Square, witnessed the presence of ndi Nze na Ozo, past presidents- general, the outgone executives and a host of ndi Amawbia.

   Speaking before the swearing – in proper, the regent of the town, Ozo Arc Nnaemeka Maduka called for peace, unity of purpose, and brotherliness among ndi Amawbia.

   He pointed out that detractors are hell bent to distort the peace and development of the town and adviced those elements who instituted litigation over the peaceful election of the nascent leadership to withdraw same as they are merely on a voyage of their own.

  The Osojeze further cautioned those who collide with outsiders to invade Amawbia common patrimony to refrain from such devilish actions as the gods of the land may come after them.

    He expressed high hopes that the new team will restore the glory of Amawbia and commended the electoral committee for conducting a hitch-free, transparent and peaceful election that saw the emergence of the new executives .

    He then formally dissolved the outgoing leadership of the town.

    In his comments on the occasion, Ozo Felix Nzeamalu urged the new exco to endeavour to carry everybody along in their leadership of the town.

    Those sworn- in are, Engr. Godwin Aronu – President-General (PG), Rotarian Nnamdi Onwuzuligbo- Deputy PG, Mr. Anthony Okonkwo- Treasurer- General, Engr. Nzube Menuba (Scoto), PRO and Mr. Joseph Kanayo Oyekwe JP, Internal Auditor.

   In his acceptance speech, the new PG, Aronu thanked ndi Amawbia for finding them worthy to pilot the affairs of the town for the next three years and assured that the new team will not let the expectation of ndi Amawbia down.

   ” It will no longer be business as usual, but a responsive leadership for the overall good of the town.

   He urged all hands to be on deck for the progress and development of Amawbia. 

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