ASA-TURKEY NEW YEAR MEETING A Report on ASA-TURKEY First Meeting of The Year 2022

Istanbul-Turkey

By: Dr. MoneyDibiaego

THE CHAIRMAN OF THE ASA-TURKEY, HON.OBI WISDOM ANUSI ADDRESSING THE MEETING

This report aims to describe the outcome of ASA-Turkey first meeting of the year held on the 20th of January 2022, where issues concerning the association and way forward for a new dawn were discussed and possible solutions to solve them. 

The key pioneer member of the association, High Chief Ugodinobi (Alusi Agbaotoefe), addressed the members and the executives, on the issue concerning the association way forward.

UGODINOBI-ALUSI AGBAOTOEFE


Most of the executives were still in Nigeria as not quiet numbers of executives were at present, yet the meeting was successful. 

Some issues were discussed at the meeting on 20 January, which was attended by 2 executives and 16 members of the ASA-Turkey .
 

MEMBERS OF ASA-TURKEY AT THE MEETING
  • Issue 1: Visitation of our members:

Number of members no longer attends  meetings. Concerns were raised about it and the president of ASA-Turkey showed much concern about it and in regards to that suggested that a visitation exercise will be done as to make sure our members who no longer attend meetings are okay, the president as a humanitarian make impact in his submission when he said, members welfare is necessary and there’s need we visit our members to check up on them and be sure they are doing fine . 

 – Issue 2: ANAMBRA DAY:

Improving the ASA- TURKEY structures, it was suggested that a step to Anambra day in turkey will be seen as a possible solution. Also a lot of issue were raised and addressed.

  • Conclusion and recommendations:

The president of ASA-Turkey extended his gratitudes to all members who made their time out to attend the meeting even though the majority of the excos and the members are yet to return from Nigeria, still the meeting was peaceful and successful.

Sign..
Hon. Obi Wisdom Anusi ( Aku-Adulu Nwa )
President ASA-Turkey

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