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OGS Old Boys Class ’91 Holds Carol, Elects New Exco

As part of activities to mark the end of year, the Okrika Grammar School, Old Boys Association of Class ’91 held their maiden carol of nine lessons and election of a new executive to pilot the affairs of the body for next three years.

At a colourful event held at Tam Rose Suites, behind Chrisdoroon Hotel, Close to Christ Embassy Church, Egeleme, Okrika over the weekend, members unanimously returned all the former executives unopposed with a renowned administrator, Mr. Tamunokuro Fuayefika Loveday as President.

Also returned unopposed include Reginald Pelebo-Vice President, Engr. Alalibo Anthony – Secretary, Tubonemi Iwokiri – Financial Secretary, and Lambert Gift Welfare Officer.

Others are Erebele Saturday Treasurer, Tamunosiki Adubo – Provost and Atorudibo Cornelius – Public Relations Officer (PRO).

In his acceptance speech, the President of the Association, Comrade Tamunokuro Fuayefika Loveday thanked the members for the honour done him and his former Exco, saying that he was over-whelmed for returning them unopposed.

Loveday opined that the success achieved during the previous tenure was as a result of their unalloyed co-operation assuring that he would keep to their agenda of putting smiles on the faces of the families with the great men of the association, while promising that this tenure will be better that the previous administration.

In his sermon, an old student of Class ’91, Pastor Simeon Wariboko admonished all to plan for their future with a positive vision in life as God had plans for everybody whom he created, urging them to associate themselves with people of vision despite the challenges in life.

The man of God appealed to them to make positive resolution as the year is coming to an end and thanked the president of Class ’91, Comrade Tamunokuro Fuayefika Loveday for successfully piloting the affairs of the association to an enviable height.

He also commended the host, Hon. Tamuno-omie Daye for his love for the association, and urged all members to be dedicated to the association.

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