OJORA-ADEJIYAN LEADS NEW ALARHOSPS’ EXCO

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Otunba Ojora-Adejiyan,

A new leadership has emerged to oversee the affairs of the Association of Lagos State Retired Heads of Service and Permanent Secretaries, ALARHOSPS, for the next three years.

According to a statement by the Association’s Publicity Secretary, Mr. Olusina Thorpe, after a keenly contested virtual election, Otunba Nurudeen Ojora-Adejiyan emerged as the Association’s new President, while Mrs. Grace Oladimeji and Mrs. Arinola Odulana emerged as the new 1st Vice President and 2nd Vice President respectively.

Other elected principal officers of the body include Mr. Bashir Braimah (General Secretary), Mrs. Margaret Solarinas (Assistant General Secretary), Mrs. Adebimpe Dada (Treasurer), Mrs. Olusola Oduguwa (Financial Secretary), Mr. Fola Adeyemi (Social Secretary), Mr. Olusina Thorpe (Publicity Secretary) and Mrs. Maryrose Akinsanya (Legal Officer)

Others are Mrs. Rhoda Ayinde and Mr. Wasiu Akewusola (Welfare Officers), Mrs. Helen Deile (Auditor), while immediate past president, Dr. Femi Olugbile, Mrs. Funmilayo Onadipe and; Mrs. Amidat Anifowoshe are ‘Ex-officios’ respectively.

In his acceptance speech, Otunba Ojora-Adejiyan appreciated members of the Association, especially the elders, for entrusting the leadership position to him and his team.

He promised to take the Association to a new height by improving on the achievements of his predecessors.

While commending the electoral committee, led by Pastor John Dansu, for putting in place a seamless process that ushered in the 4th Executives, the president recommended the transparent template to the larger society.

In his remarks, Dr Femi Olugbile, while highlighting the modest achievements of his administration, appreciated members for the cooperation and support given to his team.

 He urged the members to extend the same support to the new executives.

In the ten years of its existence, ALARHOSPS, apart from fostering continuous interaction among members, has also articulated views on topical local and national issues, including intervention programmes and projects in selected sectors.

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