NCG gets election committee
The Nigerian community Germany named three members; Kenneth Gbandi (Hamburg), David Peters (Münster) and Osaze Irowa (Berlin) to join the existing members of the National executive in a committee to oversee the next election.
In the first 2012 meeting of the NCG and branches held in Kiel on 12.05, the newly formed committee was tasked by the NCG Chairman Lambert Ahamefule -who presided the meeting to: set guidelines, dissipate adequate information, accredit the branches and conduct the election. They are also expected to review the constitution.
Other main resolutions adopted at the breakthrough meeting that saw delegates from the host Kiel branch, Frankfurt, Berlin, Köln, Hannover, Münster, Hamburg and The concerned Nigerians Kassel are as follows:
– The NCG is to write a letter of displeasure to the Nigeian Embassy Berlin regarding the manner the visit of the Nigerian president, Goodluck Jonathan to the Federal republic of Germany was managed in April. The letter is to be appended by member branches.
– The NCG concedes persons and group the right to seek redress but is not a party to planned protests against the Nigeria Embassy Berlin, and the Nigerian Government, here in Germany in June 2012.
– Köln branch was confirmed as the hosting branch of the NCG 52nd Nigeria independence day celebrations, as well as venue of the next NCG meeting with branches. Both are to be staged same day, on a date yet to be determined.