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Sunday, April 8, 2018

ANRP elects exco at first congress in Kogi State

The Abundant Nigeria Renewal Party (ANRP) in Kogi State has held its first congress.
Members of the executive that would pilot the affairs of the party in the next five years were elected.

Renowned renewable energy advocate Segun Adaju emerged the Chairman, while Ojo Salami, emerged as the party’s Vice Chairman.
Other members of executive elected during the congress include Sa’eed Baba Ahmed, General Secretary; Emmanuel Orugun, Financial Secretary; Anthony Ochagana, Treasurer; Blessing Iziren, Spokesperson; and Anthony Ogwu, Secretary for Gender Balance and Youth Development.

The rest are Ahmed Sani Sule, Secretary for Party Discipline and Internal Control; Olumayowa Aiyesinmi, Assistant Secretary Social Media Engagement and Information; and Ibrahim Hussein, Organizing Secretary.

Speaking on behalf of other elected members of the party’s executive, the Chairman, Segun Adaju assured members of the party of their commitment towards entrenching the tenets of democracy in the state and giving voice to the people.

He said ANRP was different from others, because the ideals that brought it about was conceived out of the need to provide the people with better alternative that would give them the prosperity they deserve out of the abundance of resources inherent in the state.

Adaju disabused the minds of those who hitherto thought Kogi had no resources, saying the state boasts of 21 out of the entire mineral resources in the country’s
He said the resources, if well harnessed, could boost the state economy.

The ANRP head further noted that Kogi boasts of agricultural potentials which could provide needed resources for the development of the entire state and the country.

The Chairman, who thanked other members and leaders of the party for the commitment towards winning more members, promised their determination to carry out membership drive that would swell the party’s ranks.

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