NAIS Decides 2020: Fidelity, others emerge as winners 

The National Association of Ilaje Students Electoral Committee (NAISEC) has declared Jedo Babatunde politically know as Fidelity as the president-elect of the National Association of Ilaje students, Adekunle Ajasin University, Akungba-Akoko, chapter.

While declaring the winner at SOMASSA LT6, the chairman of the National Association of Ilaje Students Electoral Committee, Okunnowo Imole, affirmed that, Jedo Babatunde politically know as fidelity having polled seventy seven votes to defeated his closet opponent Mekuleyi politically known as Alagrace who polled twenty eight and fulfilled all electoral law, is hereby declared winner of the 2020/2021 NAIS election.

Other who contested for the post of the President and lost to Jedo Babbtunde are; Ajimijaye Aseri politically known as Jaiye with total number of fourteen votes and Omonojo Glory politically known as Ogooluwa with twenty seven votes.

Other declared winners on opposed were; Oyebulejo Adekemi known as Chemmy as the vice president, Sama Mobolaji politically known as Mobolaji, the general secretary, Ileromara Elizabeth known as Repsali emerged as the Public relations officer, Sama Imole politically known as Wisdom, clinched the seat of financial Secretary, Ojulari Adebowale, known as Whaky crown, emerged as the treasurer.

Also, Ajimuda Syifunmi politically known as Motani won as the welfare director, Ikumehinlo Olawale , known as Young Chief emerged social director, Omolopo Godwin known as Winmer, clinched sport director and Omorisi Faith Babatunde politically known as PsalmFaith as the Assistant general secretary.

Speaking with the electorates to get their notion on the election, some of them who spoke with AAUA Insider correspondent affirmed that the election was free and fair.

Total number of ballot papers was 250. Total number of ballot papers used and accredited voters was 150. Total number of unused papers was 100, while void was four.

Pictures from the election below.

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