The Nigeria Union of Local Government Employees, Anambra State chapter, has elected a new executive to pilot its affairs.
The incumbent President of the association, Chuddy Orakwue, was re-elected unopposed for the second tenure.
Other elected members of the executive were Kenechi Ezeibe, deputy president; Mary Anuna, treasurer; Prince Ifeany Nwaora- publicity secretary; Patrick Nwalutu – auditor and Chinedu Ukah – auditor.
Others were Anthony Okoli – trustee; Hillary Okoye – trustee; Dorathy Ibenezi – welfare officer, Chinyere Onyegbado – chairperson (women representative) and Odife Alagwu – young workers representative.
In his post-election speech, the new NULGE Anambra Chapter president commended the members for the trust reposed in him to serve them for a second tenure
He pledged to continue from where he stopped in his service to the association.
He restated the commitment of the union to workers’ welfare and general well-being.
“We have to interface to see that workers are meaningfully engaged and how we will work in government to promote the policy and programme of the government. That is the main focus.
“How to help the workers in terms of the welfare of the workers so that workers will not depend solely on their salaries,” he added.
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