The National President, Benue State University (BSU) Alumni Association, Ijoh Stephen, has charged the newly inaugurated executive members of the association on discipline and dedication towards service delivery to boost the image of the school.
Ijoh handed down the charge shortly after inaugurating some of the executive members to fill in the vacant positions occasioned by the earlier suspension of three erring members of the association.
Those inaugurated include Atsua Sandra Nguevese- National Financial Secretary, Tiough Nguevese- National Assistant Secretary, Victor Gabriel Charles- 1st National Vice President while other existing vacant positions were equally filled in the persons of; Emmanuel Oyiman Nyagba- 2nd National Vice President and Maikyo Msugh as National Auditor.
Ijoh said that as products of the first state-owned university in northern part of the country, it behoves on them to exhibit high level of discipline and decorum, stressing that their role as role models to younger ones places on them a huge task of shaping their minds towards future leadership responsibilities.
The alumni president, who is also the National Auditor, conference of Alumni Association of Nigerian University, informed that the decision of the National Executive Council (NEC) on the 4th of May, 2017 to suspend the erring executive members was sequel to their inability to live up to their responsibilities as elected officials, adding that the suspension was carried out in line with the conventional decision.
Responding on behalf of the newly inaugurated executives, Victor Gabriel Charles expressed gratitude to the association for finding them worthy of service and pledged their unwavering commitment towards lifting the association to greater height.