Lagos — The Association of Energy Correspondents of Nigeria, NAEC, has inaugurated a new executive council to steer its activities for the next two years.
This came after the resignation of erstwhile chairman of the association, Mr. Olatunde Dodondawa.
The new chairman of the Association, Mr. Olu Philips, while addressing members after the inauguration, enjoined them to be conscious of their role as energy industry watchdogs.
“On behalf of myself and members of my esteemed executive, I hereby invite you all; being mindful of your creeds, your preferences, and aversions; to lend a hand as we journey on this part of activating an organic growth process for our great Association.
“We recognise the huge tasks ahead of this curve but make bold to declare that together, NAEC will become and remain the number one reference point for reportage of the industry it seeks to cover both at the national level and indeed, globally,” he said.
“To our partners in the industry, let us keep the doors open as we commit to engender a group of sound professionals who do not just serve as watchdogs, but also contributors to your business growth and development,” he added.
Members of the new executive council are Olu Phillips; Chairman; Ugochukwu Amadi, Vice Chairman; Sebastine Obasi, Secretary-General; Mohammed Shosanya, Treasurer; Ben Ndubuwa, Financial Secretary; and OpeOluwani Akintayo, Public Relations Officer.