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TOAN Rejects Resignation of Its Chairman, Bar Obiora


The Anambra State chapter of Tricycle  Owners Association of Nigeria (TOAN), has unanimously  rejected the recent resignation of it's state chairman, Barr Syvester Chibuike Obiora, who suddenly  stepped aside as the chairman of TOAN Anambra State.  

According to the Media Officer of TOAN, Dede Uzor A Uzor, the  purported resignation on the ground  of taking  a higher position at the national  level as the National Legal Adviser was based  on ignorance as there is no constitutional backing to that. 

"There is no part or section of Toan Constitution which said a member who holds a state office shall resign after taking  up a national position. 

His purported resignation is  hereby unanimously rejected  and pronounced null and void and of no effect 

by the all Keke Riders in the State and members of TOAN,Anambra State Executive".

He said this decision came up during an emergency state meeting held in Awka, the capital where his purported resignation was condemned and outrightly rejected 

Dede Uzor said that Barr Obiora' s  tenure was yet to elapse and therefore no room for stepping aside or resignation and he should resume duty immediately without further delay. 

" He  should complete his legitimate remaining tenure

The Anambra State chapter of Toan is  solely behind him and will continue to support his regime since members and stakeholders are in total support for him." said the Media Adviser.

Obiora was the first man to ride keke in Anambra before being trained as a lawyer and his good track record since the inception stand uncompromised.

We urge other stakeholders in the State who has been supporting him to continue their unalloyed support hence his administration brought peaceful coexistence among members unlike the thuggish disposition associated with the previous regime. Dede Uzor cautioned

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