..elects Rev.Nwansi as State Chairman
The Nigeria Union of Teachers(NUT),Imo State wing recently elected Rev Phillip Nwansi as the State chapter Chairman.
The election was supervised and new leaders returned in line with the constitution of the umbrella teachers’ association in Imo state
The election of a new leadership was an outcome of the the association's 15th(5th) Quadrennial Conference of Delegates with the theme:"sustaining free qualitative education in a democratic setting" and held on March 27,2018 in Owerri.
The conference as organized by Engr Napolean Aniche, the out-going leadership of the Union in Imo state saw the formal handover of power and necessary document to the newly elected Chairman, Comrade Anyansi,
Speaking to newsmen after the election,the Representative of the National Chairman of NUT,Comr.Kelvin Nwankwo,in his words,expressed satisfaction at the high level of education improvement in Nigeria in general and Imo State in particular,but did not hide his dismay over what he described as poor education standard under the administration of the Imo State Governor, Rochas Okorocha.
The representative of NUT National President further called on the government at the Federal and State levels to take education serious towards raising a stronger generation that would take the nation to greater height.
In his speech,the immediate past Imo NUT Chairman, Engr.Napoleon Aniche,had while presenting his stewardship earlier thanked the members especially the Union’s executive for giving him all their support.Hewent-on to congratulate the newly elected NUT Chairman, Rev.Nwansi for this emergence even as he charged him to discharge his responsibility well.
The newly elected Chairman of Imo NUT wing,Rev.Comr. Philip Nwansi,rendering his acceptance speech thanked God for the opportunity and promised to take the union higher especially on the general welfare of the union members.
Rev.Nwansi,who was incidentally the immediate past Treasurer of the union in Imo State,said he would take the association to great height and called on the members for support.