Naijatell Boss, Congratulates Chima Anyaso Over Election as Umu Aba Connect President General

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Executive Director of Naijatell, Emeh James Anyalekwa, has congratulated Igbere-born business mogul and entrepreneur Dr. Chimaobi Desmond Anyaso, on his emergence as President-General of the Umu Aba Connect Association.

Umu Aba is an eminent social-cultural group in Abia State with membership drawn from very well established and successful intellectuals, businessmen and community leaders and spread across the world.

 

In a personally signed statement on Thursday, Anyalekwa described Anyaso’s emergence as “well-deserved victory”, while wishing the newly elected president well in his new office.

He expressed confidence that the former Bende federal constituency Peoples Democratic Party (PDP) candidate, would lead the Association to greater heights.

The Naijatell boss, who doubles as National President, Online Media Practitioners Association of Nigeria (OMPAN), however, urged the the new Umu Aba president not to lose sight of the enormity of the responsibilities trusted upon him.

Anyalekwa urged the new president to bring his wealth of experience to bear on the new assignment, saying, “I have no doubt that he will make a mark in the field.”

 

“Naijatell believes your versed experience will play major roles in advancing the Mission and Vision statements of Umu Aba in Abia, Nigeria and across the world”, added Anyalekwa.

The communications expert, however, charged the new president-general to hit the ground running by initiating more development agenda for the Association.

The foremost community TV director also pledged the support of Naijatell to the new president-general and the Association, in reporting its activities.

“It is our prayer that you, Dr. Chimaobi Desmond Anyason, succeed in your new assignment and win laurels to the admiration of all Umu Aba both at home and in diaspora,” the Naijatell boss added.

 

 

Gregory University Uturu, Abia State

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