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NATCA President, Abayomi Agoro

Agoro gets second term as NATCA president beats Jubril

THE Nigeria Air Traffic Controllers Association NATCA for a second term has re-elected Mr Abayomi Agoro president.

Agoro polled 238 votes to defeat his opponent, Hussaini Jubril who scored 175 votes with a total of 413 votes cast.

Speaking after his presentation of certificate of return, he said, “I implore all of us to know that the election is over and it is one NATCA”

He called for contributions from all and sundry to uplift the association and take it to greater heights in the interest of all and also harped on welfare stressing that they will have consultations with the authorities to provide better welfare.

Agoro said, “We will continue to engage those in authority to see that our welfare is being taking seriously and we should also try as much as possible to dedicate ourself to the profession”

Meanwhile, the re – elected general secretary of NATCA, Rev Felix Agbonlahor has attributed their coming back to good work and dedication to duty.

Agbonlahor told journalists after being sworn in that the challenges were ernomous during the first tenure with questions of being able to perform in office but noted that support from members made him to scale through the challenges

He said his victory was a testament that people appreciated what he was able to render and disclosed that there were challenges ahead this time.

Agbonlahor said he has been inspired to do more work and will not relent as it was not a time to go on holiday but to work as they could be future ambition

He called for more synergy between the executive council and some members by providing necessary counseling to move the association forward

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