By Our Reporter
Hope Waddell Old Students’ Association, class of 94 have successfully conducted election into various positions of leadership to pilot its affairs, with the incumbent president, Emmanuel Ekpenyong reelected for another term of two years.
The election which was conducted at the Marian hotel in Calabar and monitored by representatives from the Calabar branch was generally peacefully.
Members who expressed satisfaction with the outcome of the election, promised to work with the Exco to realize the dreams and goals of the class set.
Others re-elected are Offiong Yello-Duke, Vice President, Obi Ojong, Secretary, Emmanuel Bassey, financial secretary among others.
Reacting, President elect of the class set, Emmanuel Ekpenyong, expressed appreciation for the trust while vowing to improve on his previous achievements.
“First of all, I will like to thank everyone of you for giving me and the immediate past Exco members the opportunity to learn and grow in service. The experience has been worthwhile. With this renewed confidence, we promise to take this noble class set to greater heights” he said.
HWOSA 94 class set have continued to prove to be one of the few formidable class sets within the larger Hope Waddell family.
To mark it’s 20th anniversary, the class set had renovated the once dilapidated school clinic to a modern health clinic, fully furnished. The clinic currently serves as a major health care center for both students and staff of the school.