NANS GHANA CHAPTER HOLDS CONGRESS; HONOURS DISTINGUISHED YOUTHS

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The National Association of Nigerian Students ( NANS), Ghana  has concluded it’s congress and election.

The event which held recently at Nurses Hostel Banquet Hall, Accra Ghana puts an end to the tenure of Comr. Collins Albert led Excos and ushers in the leadership of Comr. Adebayo,

In his opening address at the inauguration dinner, the outgoing President; Comrade Collins Albet stated that he had been able to achieve among other things, a non factional NANS in his time. While recounting his challenges, he thanked his team and followers for the support he enjoyed even in trying times.

Also speaking, Amb Graham Elendu; the Publicity Secretary of African Youth Union Commission and Member of Democracy Africa Youth Parliament who was one of the award recipients admonished the Association to sustain the peace and unity that had been achieved. He further expressed delight with their activities and charged the new Excos to do all it can to sustain the non factional NANS that the previous Excos handed over in Ghana.

NANS Ghana congress honours receipients
    Amb. Graham Elendu delivering his Goodwill Message

    On his own, the new President; Comr Adebayo Samuel Ogunkoya noted the readiness of his team to not just talk-the –talk but also to work-the-work to be able to fit into the giant shoe left by his predecessor.

    Other award receipients were Comr. Gambo Abubakar Mohammed (Senate president), Comr. Olamide j. Odumosu (Emeritus Vice President Nans), Comr. Caleb Jerry, Comr kayode Abubakar, Comr. Comforter Dickson-Aliodi, and Comr. Apostle Newton.

      The event was a cool evening to dine and unwind and take stock of the one year stewardship of the Comr. Collins led team.

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