Adetola Olubajo NUSA President’s Voice of Thanks (Full Speech)

Adetola Olubajo NUSA President’s Voice of Thanks (Full Speech)

I am immensely grateful to my family, friends, alliance partners and loyal supporters who so generously contributed their time, effort and resources to our campaign during this Nigerian Union South Africa (NUSA) election season.
I want to thank all the members of NUSA Board of Trustee, delegates from the nine provinces of South Africa and NUSA Women League for honouring me with your votes at the just concluded NUSA National Elective Congress to lead the union. Thank you, Hon. Ikechukwu Anyene for your support and display of examplary leadership. You are a true Democrat.
I am deeply moved by the expression of confidence from all tribal organisations and I thank you from the bottom of my heart. I truly appreciate the support and presence of Aare Dennis Akinyele (National President of Egbe Omo Yoruba, NAYDSA) during the elective Congress in Durban. I appreciate the support of Hon. Matthew Okafor ( NUSA BOT CHAIRMAN), Hon. Ekos Akpokabayen (NUSA BOT Secretary), Aare Lawal Tajudeen (Chairman Egbe Omo Yoruba Pretoria Chapter), Alagba Olusola Solarin, Mr. Femi Adeleke, Mr. Timothy Aluko, Dr. Anthony Usenbo, Otunba Olufemi Jaiyesimi, Prince Adedapo Adesanmi, Mr. Kenneth Ezekwuasili, Mr. Sunday Ogunronbi, Mr. Omikunle, Baba Lasu, Oluso Balogun, Hon. Kanayo C. Onwumelu, Chief (Mrs) Gloria Aniegboka, Dr Ifeyinwa Obi-Emedo, Mama Chika, Mrs Aderibigbe, Mrs Abidoun, Dr and Mrs Chukwuma, Hon. Mike Enebuchi (immediate past chairman of NUSA, KZN Chapter) and others.

I appreciate the support of Hon. Matthew Okafor ( NUSA BOT CHAIRMAN), Hon. Ekos Akpokabayen (NUSA BOT Secretary), Aare Lawal Tajudeen (Chairman Egbe Omo Yoruba Pretoria Chapter), Alagba Olusola Solarin, Mr. Femi Adeleke, Mr. Timothy Aluko, Dr. Anthony Usenbo, Otunba Olufemi Jaiyesimi, Prince Adedapo Adesanmi, Mr. Kenneth Ezekwuasili, Mr. Sunday Ogunronbi, Mr. Omikunle, Baba Lasu, Oluso Balogun, Hon. Kanayo C. Onwumelu, Chief (Mrs) Gloria Aniegboka, Dr. Ifeyinwa Obi-Emedo, Mama Chika, Mrs Aderibigbe, Mrs Abidoun, Dr. and Mrs Chukwuma, Hon. Mike Enebuchi (immediate past chairman of NUSA, KZN Chapter) and others.


I sincerely appreciate the prayers and unconditional support my wife gave me during this election season. I am indebted to you my dear. I also appreciate Prof. Dele Bramioh, Arch Bishop Benson Uwah, Bishop Oluranti, Pastor Harold Anagu, Dr Jerry and all the CANSAF members for your prayers and guidance.
Being an effective President involves listening to various structures of NUSA, other organisations and individuals, then translate their concerns into workable proposals, and building consensus with my team to implement them.

I could not do this job without the involvement and openness of the people I represent. From now, I will take time to listen to your ideas, your concerns, and your aspirations, and I sincerely appreciate your willingness to discuss what really matters to us as Nigerians in South Africa. We shall also engage our government representatives in South Africa on the welfare of our nationals in South Africa.
Finally, let’s embrace peace and be united in our various groupings. Progress is inevitable in any community where peace and unity prevail.
Nigerians in South Africa are currently facing many challenges, but we can overcome them if we all rise above politics and collectively tackle them. In diversity, there is strength and beauty.
Great Nigerians!
Hon. Adetola Olubajo
President, Nigerian Union South Africa (NUSA).

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