NDU Alumni elections: aspirant vows to create synergy between old, new members

Yenagoa—A vice-presidential aspirant in the forthcoming Niger Delta University Alumni Association (NDUAA) election, Comrade Myvonne Paul Azibato, has promised to advance the mission and objectives of the Alumni if elected.

Myvonne, who hails from Ogbia Local Government Area of Bayelsa state, assured electorates in her manifesto that she will create a synergy between old and new members to achieve integration within the association.

She stated that one of her plans as vice president is to create a road map by which the association’s short, medium, and long-term goals will be established and as well create a performance evaluation platform.

A graduate of the Department of Biochemistry, Myvonne stated that she will diligently perform her primary functions as vice president.

She pledged to assist the president and stand in for him in his absence as provided by the association’s constitution.

Her words, “A few things I’m going to state here which I’m going to see to as the Vice President once elected are:

“Bridge-building between the old and new members toward achieving proper integration as a premise for goal congruency.

“Institutionalization of the forum to entrench the true modern organization that believes in policy continuity regardless of who the successive handlers are.

“Refiguration of the organization to activate and explore the overwhelming prospects from the army of resourceful sound-minds towards achieving the laudable objectives of the founding members.

“Remodeling of the organization to suit the contemporary dictates of the society.”

She also promised to “rationalize the modus operandi of the organization to demystify the obscurity that clouds its beauty.

“To advance the mission/objectives of the organization towards taking its pride place of relevance in the scheme of NDU  development.

“Inclusiveness to return the organization to all members through recognition of all without disparity, hence, giving all a sense of ownership/membership.

“Also restoration of a genuine sense of belonging and to earn productive participation of all voluntarily.”

She equally promised to preserve the ideals of the Alumni and “make the organization a non-partisan one, regardless of the political calculation within and outside Bayelsa, NDU AGENDA is our unifying factor.”

“Synergizing to develop members. There shall be concerted efforts to identify the needs of members and see how we can synergize within and develop the deserving talents.

“Let’s create an Alumni that we can look back and be proud of its achievements and advancements,” part of the manifesto reads.”

The Niger Delta University Alumni election is set to hold on Tuesday, 14th December 2021 at the Ijaw House, Yenagoa, Bayelsa state.

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