Omilani breaks jinx, emerges Ogun FIBAN chairman for second term

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Sodiq Ojuroungbe

Olufemi Omilani has broken record of being the first chairman to be elected twice as the Ogun State chairman of the Freelance and Independent Broadcasters Association of Nigeria (FIBAN).

PLATFORM TIMES reports that Omilani who happen to be the youngest chairman ever elected in the association also became the frist to be elected twice in the twenty years of FIBAN existence in the state.

The election which was conducted by the FIBANEC under the Mr Olufemi Ogundaisi was held at FIBAN secretariat, Isabo road, Nawarudeen, Abeokuta.

PLATFORM TIMES also reports that all the contestants emmerged unopposed.
The election was however confirmed to be the most freest and fairest in the history of Ogun FIBAN.

The other executive members of FIBAN include; Eniola Ogunsanya Awelohun as Vice Chairman, Murisiq Oluwatosin Rhamalifar as General Secretary and Rasheed Ojelabi Oreoba as Treasurer.

Others are Olumayowa Abajingin McMayor as Publicity Secretary, Kikelomo Ogunsina as Welfarer, Olusoji Akindiya as Organizing Secretary, Moses Okunlola PaMosc as Financial Secretary, Olawale Ampitan McGovernor as Chief Whip and Saheed Tajudeen Oloselu as Assistant Gen Sec.

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