NEWLY elected executives of Motorcycle Spare Parts Dealers, Nkpor has sued for peace and forgiveness, promising to run an inclusive leadership that will address all grievances in the market.
Speaking after their inauguration, the chairman, Chidile Stephen Onungene who won the election with 88 votes assured traders that his leadership would carry everybody along and pursue peace in the market.
“I thank the Anambra Ministry of Trade and Commerce, Anambra State Markets Amalgamated Traders Association (ASMATA), and fellow traders that contributed to the success of this election. I will carry everybody along.
“I promise there will be no enmity. I forgive everyone that offended me and plead with those I offended to forgive me. I will fulfill my campaign promises,” said Onungene.
According to the vice chairman, Mr. Romanus Uche,” we should not continue in division. Let us come together as one and build our market to attract our colleagues at Awkuzu.
Moreover, the Financial Secretary, Festus Egwim who was the former chairman task force committee said he would not wrong any trader, assuring them of accountability and probity while handling financial transactions.
Earlier in his remarks, Commissioner for Trade, Commerce, Markets and Wealth Creation, Uchenna Okafor, represented by Director of Markets, Nkiruka Eboh-Nwosu tasked the executives to ensure prompt payment of revenues.
“I am happy that this election is free and fair. You executives should lead by example. Always communicate with your fellow traders. Collect and pay government revenues judiciously”, he said
The ASMATA Idemili Zonal leader, Anthony Onwueli while inaugurating the executive said that the election was credible. He charged them to be transparent and work in the fear of God.
Members of the Motorcycle Spare Parts Dealers Executives included: Chidile Stephen Onungene, Chairman; Romanus Uche, Vice Chairman; Samuel Ogbunaude, Secretary; Lucky Chibunna Obediah, Assistant Secretary;
Others included: Nkeiruka Ede, Treasurer; Festus Egwim, Financial Secretary; Francis Oge Nwaeze, PRO and Arinze Okeke, Provost.