NAAS Absu Chapter Elects New President



The National Association of Arochukwu Students (NAAS) Absu Chapter has elected HRH Comrade Covenant Nkumeh as its Chapter President.

This development comes after the successful tenure of the past President in the person of Lloyd Evans Okezie. The Election which held on 12/08/2021 at the school cafe was in favor of  HRH Comrade Covenant Nkumeh elected as its Chapter President and also at the same time received the title of Eze Aro the 8th from the past Eze Aro, HRM. Okoro Chukwudi PM TRC who was formerlly the Eze Aro and recognized As Eze Aro the 7th.

The past Eze Aro who expressed his innermost happiness and congratulated the new Eze Aro and chapter president prayed for the eze Aro the 8th for Gods Protection, Divine Grace and mercy to lead NAAS to greater height. See Post below, 
My GoodwillL Message. On Behalf of the TRADITIONAL RULERS COUNCIL ABSU CHAPTER I HRM.OKORO CHUKWUDI the PM OF TRC. OMU ARO THE 7th. Has here by handed over the office of the EZE ARO to you HRH.Cmr. NkumeH Covenant. OMU ARO the 8th. on this day 13/08/2021 in the 39th Matriculation of Abia State University Uturu. My prayers is that Almighty God will give you the Divine Grace and Mercy to lead our people, as Moses leaded his people so shall you lead NAAS ABUSU Chapter to the next level. Once Again CONGRATULATIONS to you.from. HRM.OKOORO CHUKWUDI. PM TRC.

The National President, Comr. Victor Okereke has also showed solidarity and support towards the new leaders. In his post he wrote, “Congratulations HRH comrade Nkume Covenant for your emergance as the President NAAS Absu Chapter and the big office of the Eze Aro in Our Association .


I wish you strength, grace and wisdom to take us higher through your vision statement.


“After a keenly congratulatory messages and wishes, the newly elected president has disclosed his heartfelt gratitude upon electing him as the new chapter president and Eze Aro the 8th. In his post he wrote, “Aro ehhhh!!!


I Covenant Nkumeh want to use this medium to thank everyone that participated in the electionary process of the 2021 NAAS Absu Chapter administration, this exercise shows that the Arochukwu students in Absu are strongly beside me and are willing to put their best in all that we will do as family.

I also  want to use this medium to thank the staff adviser Ogbonnaya Udoh PhD, for his support in funds, attention and presence to our activities here in Absu, another thanks to the PG NAAS world wide Cmr. Okereke Victor O.D. for his gallant effort to participate in all that we do irrespective of his tight schedules, I also thank my father Eze Aro, Omu Aro the 7th for his presence.

I decree this day to discharge my duties whenever am called upon and to take this Noble Association to the greater heights.

Long live Arochukwu students! Long live Arochukwu kingdom!


HRH. Cmr. Nkume Covenant

President elect NAAS Absu. Chapter.”

Also the outgoing president has thanked God for having granted him a successful tenure and the achievements recorded. He wrote, “Aro nma nma nu!!!!!

I want to thank God for the grace that he gv me to be the one time president of this Grace association, and today comes the end of my stay as the president of national association of Arochukwu students Absu chapter. It is indeed a very good very preveilge for me and am very happy..

I want to use this opportunity to thank everyone that graced , honor  and came out to be my part of my adminstration and am really grateful to you guys for making my stay a memorable one I want to Also thank the excos that worked with me am really grateful..

I want to congratulate the incoming administration under the leadership of Covenant Nkumeh…I pray that u will Take this great association to a greater height..

And finally I want to say that the project of the sign Post I started in my administration is still on going and I will make sure I complete it and I can’t do it without you guys so pls let’s team up and achieve this project then support the new administration. Thanks

I love y’all❤️

Evans Okezie 

Outgoing president”


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