NIMN Election: Idorenyen gets second term

By Oghale Mafuru

Members of the National Institute of Marketing of Nigeria, NIMN have reelected Mr. Idorenyen Enang as President of the institute, alongside four other candidates who are vying for a seat in the Governing Council.

Other candidates who successfully passed the screening stage to the ballot papers, aside the President include Akomolafe Ayoola Obafemi, Executive Head (Sales & Marketing ), Nampak Nigeria, Adenike Olufunke Olufade, MD/CEO of Digimage Consult and Chairman, NIMN Lagos Island Chapter, Amachree Sundayba Sandra, Head of Marketing Communications at Nigerian Breweries Plc, Hope Moninu Gbagi, Head of Sales for Intercontinental Distillers Limited.

The result of the elections which was done electronically was announced by the electoral committee at the Annual General Meeting (AGM) of the Institute held today at the Frasers Suite, Abuja.

According to the electoral committee, out of a total of 1310 registered voters, only 354 voted noting that Idorenyen Enang scored 100% of the total votes having garnered 354 votes, fulfilling the constitutional requirement to be returned unopposed.

It adds that Amachree Sundayba Sandra secured 76 votes, Hope Gbagi gathered 80 votes while Adenike Olufunke Olufade got 86 votes.

Highlights of the event were the declaration of Mr. Idorenyen Enang as winner of the election, the presentation of Certificate of return and oath taking by the winners.

Recall that the NIMN electoral guideline stipulated that an incumbent Presidential candidate can only be returned unopposed, if he or she meets the compulsory vote cast of 51%, otherwise, the position shall remain vacant and fresh nominations shall be called for and a new election held.


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