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AYEC Declares Comrade Egbiri Hyginus Nnamdi Winner as Youth President and Other Exco Members

The Amizi Youth Electoral Commission (AYEC) Chairman, Elder P C Ezegbe has declared Comrade Nnamdi Hyginus Egbiri as the winner of Saturday’s Amizi Youth election.

Comrade Nnamdi Hyginus Egbiri defeated 2 other candidates who took part in the election.

He scored a total vote of 92 by beating the closet rival Comrade Njikonye Stephen who scored 91 votes and Comrade Chisom Ndimele who scored 65 votes respectively.

As the highest vote scorer above all other candidates, thus meeting the Amizi Oloko Youth constitutional requirement he was declared the winner.

The electoral Chairman Mr. Chinyere Ezegbe aka Elder announced the final results as the election was free, fair, and credible.

1. Egbiri Hyginus Nnamdi – President.
2. Nwankwo Ruth Ijeoma – Vice President.
3. Ukaibe Godswill – Secretary General.
4. Egbulefu Chizaram Constance – Assistant Secretary.
5. Ibe Thank God -Financial Secretary.
6. Okiyih Osinachi – Treasurer.
7. Chisom Ndimele -P R O.
8. Emmanuel Chinonso – provost 1.
9. Uzondu Chmaobi – provost 2.

The elections were monitored by stakeholders, NYCN IKwuano, IDUF Youth, and security agents

The Electoral Chairman Elder P C Ezegbe advised aggrieved candidates to send their petitions on electoral malpractice to the Amizi Development Union National Chairman according to article four in the constitution.

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