By Salisu Sani-Idris The Amalgamated Union of Public Corporations Civil Service Technical and Recreational Services Employees (AUPCTRE) has elected Mr Benjamin Anthony as the new President of the union for a four-year term. adidas factory outlet The General-Secretary of AUPCTRE, Mr Yusuf Zambuk, made the disclosure in a statement made available to the News Agency of Nigeria (NAN) on Wednesday in Abuja. Zambuk said that Anthony emerged the new President of the union following an election which held at end of the 6th Quadrennial National Delegates’ Conference of AUPCTRE in Ibadan between Oct. nike internationalist 18 and Oct. UGG Kids Outlet 19. nike free trainer He revealed that a total of 398 delegates from 36 states and the FCT, attended the conference. The secretary-general said that, Anthony, who was the former Chairman of the FCT Council of AUPCTRE, polled 203 votes to defeat the incumbent President, Mr Solomon Wesleyan, who scored 191 votes. He said that the President was elected alongside with 13 other National Officers for the union. new balance 993 Zambuk said that Anthony, in his acceptance speech, thanked all the delegates to the conference for the confidence they reposed in him by voting him and other national executives. air jordan 2012 “Members of the union will not regret voting me; the union under my leadership, will work tirelessly to improve the working conditions of Nigerian workers. nike air homme solde “I pledged to adhere strictly to the constitution of the union with a view to promoting transparency and accountability,’’ Anthony was quoted as saying in his acceptance speech. ugg boots on sale Zambuk said that the Mr Ayuba Wabba, President, Nigeria Labour Congress (NLC), commended the leadership of the union for organising a very credible and transparent election. air jordan en chile He said that Wabba appealed to the new leadership of the union to work towards ensuring that all members were carried along in the affairs of AUPCTRE for it to move forward and attain its goals.
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