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Ifitedunu Town Union in Dunukofia Local Government Area of Anambra State on Thursday elected Prof. Stephen Ufoaroh, former president of ASUU-UNIZIK chapter as their new president general.

Youths and adults from the community turned out in large numbers for the exercise that took place at the community’s civil centre.


Option A4 voting system was used by the electoral committee for all the contested positions, as indigenes queued behind their preferred candidates and were counted, while the election was supervised by the State Government through the Ministry of Local Government, Chieftaincy and Community Affairs.

Prof. Ufoaroh who garnered a total of three hundred and fifty six (356) votes to defeat other two rivals was returned elected.

Comrade chinedu ofozor Ofodile won the Vice President-General post with four hundred and twenty four votes and Hon Ike Paul Chijoike won the office of the Secretary with six hundred and thirty one votes respectively.

Posts of Financial Secretary, Welfare officer, Public Relations Officer among others, were voicely announced unopposed during the process.

The returning Officer of the election, Dr. Rich Egenti, while speaking to Journalists shortly after announcing the results, affirmed that the election was peaceful, free and fair.

“The election was conducted free and fair in the presence of all concerned citizens of Ifitedunu community. I am delighted and fully satisfied with the way and manner that the youth conducted themselves before, during and after the election.”

“This is the most fair election in the history of the Ifitedunu community.

“My greatest happiness is that those that lost during the election have congratulated the winners.

“And I strongly believe that with the emergence of Prof Ufoaroh as the new PG of this great community, the long awaited peace will be fully restored.”

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