NLC - NIGERIA - 11TH DELEGATES CONFERENCE ENDS

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The 11th Delegates Conference of the Nigeria Labour Congress was concluded in the early hours of Saturday, March 14, 2015 at the Eagle Square, Abuja with the election of the following officers:

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AYUBA-WABBA

Comrade Ayuba Wabba, President; Comrades Peters Adeyemi, Kiri Mohammed and Najeem Yasin, Deputy Presidents; Comrades Asuguni Amechi, Dutsinma Lawal and Oyelekan Lateef as Vice Presidents (un-opposed) and Khaleel Ibrahim, National Treasurer (un-opposed).

Also elected were Comrades Boniface Isok (Trustee); Safiyanu Mohammed (Financial Secretary); Anchaver Simeon (Auditor), Leke Success (Auditor), Yemisi Bamgbose (Auditor); Amina Danesi (Ex-offcio) and Comfort Oko (Ex-officio).

They have been mandated to run the affairs of the Congress for the next four years.

Accreditation of delegates (3119) from all the affiliate unions of the Congress commenced on Thursday, March 12, 2015 at Eagle Square after which voting commenced in the full glare of delegates and invited guests and veterans of the Congress.

The election of the members of the National Administrative Council (NAC) of the Congress brings to a conclusive end the 11th Delegates Conference of the Nigeria Labour Congress.

Congress wishes to express its appreciation to unions, delegates, invited guests, veterans and members of the media for keeping faith in spite of the grueling hours the process took.

Please find here attached the result sheet.

Dr. Peter Ozo-Eson

General Secretary

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