FUTO SUG Executives Take Oath
The Federal University of Technology, Owerri (FUTO) in Imo State, on Tuesday, held a swearing-in ceremony for the elected members of the Students’ Union Government (SUG) at the Resource Centre.
The union leaders were elected in August in an exercise conducted by Independent Students’ Electoral Commission (ISEC) led by Uzoma Nwachukwu.
The event started at 11 after the arrival of the Vice-Chancellor (VC), Prof Chigozie Asiabaka. Other guests at the occasion included the Dean, Students’ Affairs, Prof M.C. Offor, Registrar, Mr Orje Ishe-Nor, and Bursar, Mr Don Nwokeocha, amongst others.
Prof Asiabaka congratulated the union leaders, urging them to work as a team. He told them to deliver their promises to the students who voted for them, pledging the management’s support in the discharge of their duties.
In his address, union president, Obinna Ezenwa, appreciated students for supporting his aspiration, promising to run a responsible administration.
The highpoint of the event was oath-taking, which was administered on the union leaders by a member of the judicial arm of the union.
Other members of the union include the Vice President, Vivian Ezechukwu, General Secretary, Elvis Onuoha, Assistant General Secretary, Stellamaris Onuoha, Finance Secretary, Smart Ekejiuba, Treasurer, Uzoamaka Ekezie, Public Relations Officer, Rochas Ogbonna, Director of Welfare, Ebuka Odunze, Director of Socials, Lynda Akwuagu, Director of Sport, Collins Ugwu, and Director of Transport, Nnamdi Madu.
Amara Uju, a 300-Level student, described the event as historic, urging the union leaders to fulfil their promises.
Source: The Nations CampusLife