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PBAN appoints 11 new executives

PBAN appoints 11 new executives

The Premium Breadmakers Association of Nigeria (PBAN) has appointed 11 new executives to its board.

According to a statement, Emmanuel Onuorah was appointed as the new president of the association, and Abayomi Awe was appointed as the new deputy president.

Other executives include Emmanuel Onyoh as the new general secretary, Abayomi Okikiola as the new assistant general secretary; Kene Mbuba as the new treasurer; Babalola Thomas as the new public & industrial relations officer; and Ekaette Okoi as the new assistant public & industrial relations officer.

Others are Adijat Olaniyi-Olopade as the new financial secretary; Adebiyi Adebowale as the new auditor; Oludare Oladeji-Ojo as the new compliance & provost officer; and Abisola Dejonwo-Tokan as the new welfare officer.

“We are thrilled to have successfully concluded our AGM and exco elections. The enthusiastic participation of our members reflects their dedication to the growth and prosperity of the breadmaking industry in Nigeria,” Onuorah said.

He said the newly elected executive committee is confident in its ability to navigate challenges, seize opportunities, and drive positive change for our members and stakeholders.

According to Onuorah, the association reaffirms its commitment to serving the interests of its members, promoting excellence in breadmaking, and contributing to the socio-economic development of Nigeria.