The 2017/2018 National President of National Association of Nigeria Students, Comr. Chinonso Obasi, has congratulated the winner of the 2018 unity NANS convention election, Comr. Danielson Bamidele who emerge the new leader.

Bamidele who contested as the candidate from the Nasarawa State University, Keffi clinched victory by winning with 104 out of the sum of 272 votes cast, as history made him the 32nd President of the NANS.

Comr. Obasi posted the goodwill message to Bamidele on his Facebook page, as he wishes him good luck has the new national president of the students body.

Goodwill Message Bellow:

Congratulations to my successor, Danielson Bamidele of Nasarawa State University keffi.

Your emergence as the 2018/2019 National President of National Association of Nigerian Students was divine as my earnest wish was for a younger student to take over our dear Union(NANS). #DreamComeTrue

I wish you a successful reign as you do make the interest of the great Nigerian students your topmost priority.

Bamidele President-Elect’s acceptance speech

After the emerges of Com. Bamidele as the National President of the National Association of Nigeria Student, NANS delivers to the general public his acceptance speech titled “It is a new dawn”.

The president-elect thanked everyone who contributed to the success of the elections and promised to work together with all.

Factional President emerges after NANS elections

The OWL Campus media also reported that a faction not comfortable with the outcome of the election emerged. It is led by Gideon Obande who attends the same school as the president-elect. He had 7 votes at the end of the election.

He alleged that the election, which saw Danielson Bamidele becoming the president-elect was marred by irregularities as there were some individuals who meddled in the process in their attempt to impose “stooges” on all students.

The faction of Bamidele has not reacted to this development as at the time of filing this report.

Chinonso Obasi

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