Nigerians in UK get new chairman

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By Habiba Salihu
LONDON – Mr Babatunde Loye, an insurance expert on has emerged as the chairman of the Central Association of Nigerians in the (CANUK).

Loye, 44,   was the immediate past Assistant Social Secretary of the association.

In the second round of voting held at the Nigerian High Commission into the executive of the association, he polled 46 votes defeat his main rival Mr Boma Douglas who got 44 votes.

The two candidates previously had tied at 39 votes while the third candidate Mrs Ronke Udofia got 16 votes.

Speaking on his victory, Loye expressed gratitude to the voters and pledged that his administration would raise funds to pursue the programmes of the association.[pro_ad_display_adzone id=”10″]

He said his administration would do its best to positively project the image of Nigeria in UK and beyond.

CANUK was established to serve as the umbrella body of Nigerians living in the UK.

Its is to protect, unify and empower the Nigerian community towards contributing to nation-building in the UK and Nigeria. (NAN)
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