The National Association of Nigerian Students (NANS) is set to conduct elections for various leadership positions on Saturday, August 27, 2022.
The coordinator, South-West Zone D, Adegboye Emmanuel, disclosed this in a chat with our correspondent on Wednesday in Abuja.
“The elections will hold on Saturday,” Olatunji told The PUNCH.
The PUNCH reports that the soon-to-be outgoing President, Sunday Ashefon, was elected on December 4, 2020 during its national convention at the old parade ground, Abuja.
Asefon, a civil servant with the Ekiti State Government, got 155 votes to defeat his closest rival, Olushola Oladoja, who scored 100 votes.
The 45-year-old, reported to be a student of Ekiti State University, replaced Bamidele Akpan.
Despite the fact that the tenure of elective positions in the association was meant to last for one year, The PUNCH reports that elections were not conducted.
NANS is the national body of Nigerian students studying in Nigerian tertiary institutions and diaspora.
The National Association of Nigerian Students is set to conduct elections on Saturday, August 27, 2022.
The process will lead to the emergence of new executive members at the national level.
NANS is the national body of Nigerian students studying in Nigerian tertiary institutions and in the diaspora.
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