Anidi Samuel Emerges Vice President, National Association Of Polytechnic Students, NAPS


Comr. Anidi Samuel emerging Vice President


Nigerian polytechnic students went to the polls on Saturday,
November 30, 2019 to elect a national leadership that would run their affairs for the 2019/2020 Session.

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The elections, which saw Comr. Anidi Samuel emerging Vice President
courtesy of a landslide victory, was held in Benin City, capital of Edo State.

The keenly contested polls also had other students elected
into the national executive of the National Association of
Polytechnic Students, NAPS.

Comr. Anidi Samuel emerging Vice President

Comr. Adekanbi Sunday, a Chemical Engineering student of Kaduna Polytechnic, emerged President, and Comr. Anidi Samuel Vice President External Affairs, other students elected to pilot the affairs of the Polytechnic student body include:

  • Dio Oghale Emeka Rex – President of the Senate
  • Comrade Ibrahim Adams Isiaiah- Deputy Senate President
  • Comrade Abiola Collins Chinedu – National vice President
    south east, and
  • Comrade Abdulmajeed Oyeniyi, of the Federal Cooperative College and convention chairman who coordinated the election process, told Nigerian Times that it was important to ensure that the process was devoid of any form of rancour for the sake of credibility, transparency, and accountability.

The newly elected executive committee members said that they
are committed to working towards making it impossible for corruption and graft
to take over the affairs of the student body.

“We will work to improve the welfare of Polytechnic students across Nigeria and make it possible for students in Polytechnic in Nigeria are represented in all decision-making points in and around Nigeria”, Adekanbi told journalists moments after he was elected president of NAPS


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