Share Descendants Union elects new exco

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….as Ahmed Ajiboye emerges Publicity Secretary

New members of the executive to pilot the affairs of the Share Descendants Union(SDU), for another three years has been inaugurated.

The new National President is, Elder Gabriel Y Jimoh, while the Vice President Central, South West and North are; Alhaji Abdulganiyu Bolaji, Alhaji Yemi Lawal and Mr Abdulganiyu Navajo respectively.

Inaugurating the new executive at the Share Township Hall in Share, headquarters of Ifelodun Local Government Area of Kwara State, yesterday, the Outgone National President, Prof Jamiu Sulaiman, stressed the need for the new executive to hit ground and run to attract growth and development to the ancient town.

Prof Sulaiman who advised them to work as a team and speak in unison, cautioned all members of the executive against divisive tendencies and urged them to put the community first in all their dealings.

The Don also appealed to all members of the executive to justify the confidence reposed on them by the community and bring their experiences in their various fields of endeavours to bear to develop the town.

The newly elected President, Elder Gabriel Y Jimoh, had in his remarks expressed gratitude to the good people of Share and promised to justify the confidence reposed on the new executive by being diligent and committed to project Share.

He also solicited the support and cooperation of the community to ensure the successful tenure of the new executive.

Other members of the executive include; the National Secretary; Mr. Tokunbo Adeyemi, the Assistant National Secretary; Mr. Kabir Elemasho, the Legal Adviser; Lawyer Sulaiman Atolagbe, Assistant Legal Adviser; Lawyer Lateef Imam

Others are; National Publicity Secretary; Ahmed Ajiboye, National Auditor; Alhaji Alaro J. A, National Financial Secretary; Mr. S.O Fasobu, Assistant Financial Secretary; Alhaja Afsat A., National Treasurer; Alhaji Jimoh Olokoba and the Ex -officials: Mr. Sunday Ajay and Alhaja Barakat Atunse

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