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The Forum of all line chairmen at the Ikoku auto spare parts market in Port Harcourt, over week elected executive officers to coordinate and pilot the activities of all the line chairmen in the market.

At the meeting held and attended by all the line chairmen at the Grand Hotels in Port Harcourt, High Chief Iwu Anthony Alaribeole emerged the Chairman of all Chairmen in the market while Sir Chibuka Godiwin, became the Vice Chairman, Mr. Nnamdi Amadikwa was elected the Secretary General and Cyprain Ojiako, the Assistant Secretary, Mr. Obumneme Ele, as the Financial Secretary and Amaechi Egbunam was elected the Treasurer emerged, while Maduka Godson, Chibuzo Onyejiuwa and Comrade Ezechukwu Dike emerged the Public Relations Officers (PRO I, II, III) respectively and Chimezie Erendy and Uzoma Offor were also elected the Provost I and II.

In a chat with The Vortex in his office, the newly elected Chairman of all Chairmen, High Chief Anthony Alaribeole said the election was result of the unanimous decision of all the line chairmen in the market to come together and install an executive committee with the mandate to coordinate the affairs of all the line in the market. High Chief Alaribeole however explained that the emergence of the body was not a replacement for the central leadership of the motor spare parts union in the market, adding that issues relating to the election of new executives for the central leadership of the market will be sorted out at the appropriate time.

He appealed to all line chairmen in the market to key into the new vision and cooperate with the elected executives to ensure that the market returns back to its glorious era. High chief Alaribeole also stated that the priority of the body will be to ensure adequate security and the well being of traders in the market and assured customers of the market of safer business environment. Secretary of the body, Nnamdi Amadikwa, on his part, solicited for cooperation from all the line chairmen in order to move the spare parts market forward, assuring that the market will be made safer and more secured under the new dispensation.

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