It’s with great pleasure to announce to you that HURAC has concluded its annual election for Division I (RIVPOLYCSS BORI). The election which took place last Friday afternoon (16-03-2012) at RIVPOLYCSS, Bori was supervised by an eminent HURAC official in person of Ogbomene, Barikpoa, HURAC Senior Chief Coordinator who was vested with the power by the HURAC electoral chairman, Mr Legborsi Brian, who is currently pursuing his career. The election which was conducted for ten offices had Mr Douglas Efeeloo emerged as the President for the 2012/2013 administration. It will be interesting to hear that President Douglas Efeeloo is the 4th president of Division I since HURAC inception in 2008, and that Mr Douglas served the club from May last year to early part of this year as the Organising Secretary. President Douglas, since then has been very committed, keen and up-to-task with the club activities.
In a statement released by the HURAC International Representative, Mr Kate, Wisdom Deebeke assures the club that President Douglas will take the club to the next level, owing to his zeal and passion for activism ever since he won last year’s election as the club organising secretary. Kate, Wisdom has also approved Douglas Efeeloo as the new HURAC president of Division I and sends his congratulatory messages to all the candidates that emerged winners of the week-end’s election.
The returning officer chair-headed by the Senior Chief Coordinator, who is yet to release the overall results of Friday’s election to the general public assures the public that HURAC will in this new era work with other organisations to foster unity and promote the spirit of activism among its members in all secondary schools within and outside Ogoni. According to him, the election results for all the offices will be available online to view by the end of the week. Mr Ogbomene also stated that the election for Division II (CSS BORI) will soon be conducted. He hinted that the delay is caused by the on-going sporting event in the school, which he believes will soon end to allow him and his crew conduct the annual election.
Mr Douglas Efeeloo is yet to comment on his successful outcome at the week-end’s election.
Details of the final winners will be available online to view by latest this week’s Friday. Copies will be available in PDF, word, and internet versions.
Below are the links to last year’s election and the results. Click on them to view.
From the Office of HURAC International Representative, Kate, Wisdom Deebeke.