Kayode Samuel Wins Ssanip Election

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Kayode Samuel Wins Ssanip Election

Senior Staff Association of Nigerian Polytechnic (SSANIP) Yabatech Branch recently conducted elections into various offices, in which Mr. Kayode Adekunle Samuel emerged as the new Chairman to pilot the affairs of the union for the next four years.

Kayode (Senior Accountant) succeeded Mr. Olorunninbe Omopariola (Deputy Registrar Pensions) who completed his tenure as Chairman late last year.

The newly elected Chairman polled 228 votes to defeat Olaogun Nojim Oladimeji who got 213 and Okonofua Odis Monday who had 32 votes respectively.

In the keenly contested election that took place at the College Hall on October 11, 2018, Omaji Matthias emerged unopposed as the Vice Chairman with 456 votes; Odundayo Kolawole Olagbende as Secretary with 344 votes to defeat Onikute Beatrice Itohan who got 130 votes, Iyiola Omotayo won Publicity Secretary post with 283 votes to defeat Olayiwola Rasaq Olatunde who got 105 and Ekpo Idatesit David who had 78 votes. The following members won the election unopposed: Abayomi Lukmon Olasunkanmi as Assistant Secretary with 437 votes, Oludayo Taiwo Olusegun as Treasurer with 425 votes, Akande Opeyemi Lawrence as Financial Secretary with 436 votes, and Elubanji Anthony as Trustee with 442 votes.

The Electoral Committee headed by Mr. J.A. Sonibare (Deputy Registrar Council Affairs) indeed conducted a credible, fair and free election, which was well organized and SSANIP members casted their vote peacefully without any intimidation and rancor.

The College community applauded the Electoral Committee comprises of Mr. J.A. Sonibare (Chairman), Mr. M.S. Madayedu (Secretary), Mr. M. Pius, Mrs. P.I. Ihesie and Mrs. Odusanya, for a well done job, which had no flaw, and thereby called on Independent National Electoral Commission (INEC) to borrow a leaf from Sonibare led committee.

The immediate past Chairman of SSANIP Omopariola and the entire members wished the newly elected executives outstanding success, and advised them to work as a team to move the union to highest level.