Fri. Jul 12th, 2024


Members of Child Protection Network (CPN) Abia State chapter have elected a new executive council to steer the affairs of the network for the next three years.

This significant milestone, according to release made available to our correspondent by Amb. Onyinyechi Joy Nwosu, Coordinator, CPN Abia, came as a result of the diligent efforts of the 3-man committee, appointed by the South-East Zonal and National Coordinators, after the CPN Annual General Meeting held in Umuahia.

According to the release, their mandate, spanning three months, was to reorganize the network in the state and oversee the election of the state executive council.

The release partly read, “This achievement marks a pivotal moment for the state chapter as it signifies a resurgence in member engagement and renewed interest”.

According to the release, the election conducted under the observation of the Ministry of Women Affairs & Poverty Alleviation and the South-East Coordinator of the network, saw the emergence of Onyinyechi Joy Nwosu of Vivacious Development Initiative (VIDI) as the Coordinator; Secretary, Rev Ikpo Uduma Ugbaga of Presbyterian Community Services and Development (PCS&D); Assistant Secretary, Adaku Anugwa of Gender Abreast Health Foundation; Financial Secretary, Von Obiegbunam of Victims of Need Social Home; Treasurer, Priscillia Ogbonna of Initiative for Care and Support to the Less Privileged (ICASUP); Public Relations Officer, Oluchi Oji, Ministry of Women Affairs and Poverty Alleviation.

“With the newly inaugurated executive council in place, CPN Abia is poised to forge partnerships with key stakeholders and agencies to bolster the safeguarding of all children in the state.

“Consequently, all transactions with CPN Abia should henceforth be conducted with the officially inaugurated Executive Council”, the release also read.


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