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Poultry association gets new executive

By John Oba
Abuja

Poultry Association of Nigeria (PAN) has elected new executives to run it affairs for the next two years.
In a keenly contested election held in Abuja saw Mr Ezekiel Ibrahim Mam emerged as the national president while Mrs Fati Danladi was elected Vice president North Central, Mallam Yusuf Ibrahim Gombe, Vice President North East, Prince Olabode Adetoye, Vice President, South West; Hon. Enahoro Eta, Vice president, South South, Hon. Innocent Ahanaye, Vice president, South East and Alhaji Bello Wammako, is vice president North West.
Also Dr. Onallo Akpa retained his position as director general of the association while Mr Joseph Aladesuyi, is the general secretary.
Mr Ezekiel Ibrahim who was Vice national president, North East is taking over from Dr Ayoola Oduntan.
Mr Ibrahim during his inaugural speech said under his leadership, the sector will be taken to a new level of production activities, with new marketing initiatives, advocacy while engaging the government to ensure a conducive atmosphere for both small and big time poultry producers.
The national publicity secretary, Dr Sola Olatunbosun said with the new leadership, PAN is expected to move the association to greater height.

 

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