THE new President General of Ubuluisiuzo Progressive Union (UPU), Sunday Mbaukwu, has promised to work with relevant authorities in Ihiala Local Government and Anambra State to provide basic amenities and restore electricity back to the community.
He made this promise at Ubuluisiuzo Primary School Field shortly after he was sworn in as the President General of Ubuluisiuzo Progressive Union.
According to him, electricity, security of lives and properties was top on his agenda, saying he won’t leave any stone unturned until electricity is restored to the community.
He expressed regret over the three years lingering blackout in the community and also paid a glowing tribute to the past executive for setting up the first secondary school in the community.
Mr Mbaukwu however called for massive support of every Ubuluisiuzo indigene in his quest to serve the people and deliver his campaign promises.
In the keenly contested election, Mr Sunday Mbaukwu polled a total of 186 votes to beat his closest rival, Mr Williams Ilechukwu, who got 135 votes.
Raymond Iloha, polled 165 votes to clinch the seat of first vice president, beating Sunday Ohazulike who polled 149 votes.
Mr Callistus Nwaugo garnered 107 votes to defeat Mr Barnabas Obi who had 88 votes for the office of second vice president.
For the post of Treasurer, Mr Ikechukwu Obika was three votes higher than Mr Obinna Ogwo who garnered 98 votes, while other posts were unopposed.
Chief Francis Muoghalu, Financial Secretary; Mr Charles Anyadioha, Secretary; Mr Ibeaka Obinna, Assistant Secretary, Chukwuka Okechukwu, Public Relations Officer and Mr Ifeanyi Asuzu, Provost.