The members of Sidophobia Fans Club has elected a new executive council to lead the organization in an elaborate election held in Lagos on Sunday.
Lagos based celebrity, Ademola Abdullah emerged the president in an election which was well attended by all members and the Patron of the group, Agba Akin Abass Akande Obesere, the Paramount King of Music, PK1.
Obesere who dressed in a casual white native attire thanks fans for their unflinching supports and call on new excos to demonstrate quality leadership such that will benefit all lovers of his music. The musical icon also charges Ademola Abdullah led leadership to embark on projects that will catapult the organization to a greater height.
The new President, Ademola Abdullah thanks all members for their loyal supports, promising them unbeatable fun as he is poised to accelerate the popularity of Sidophobia Fans Club within and outside Nigeria.
Other members of the new executive council are; Aluko Bolanle Fatimat who was also crowns as the Vice President. Adunniade Adeola General emerges the Secretary. Amodu Abayomi, Assistant Secretary, Ibrahim Ridwan , P R O while Okewumi Adekunle emerges as P R O 2
Adesina Sulaiman emerges as the Financial Secretary while Ogunleye Ahmed emerges as Treasurer
Others are Muyideen Adeniyi, Welfare, Bukky Black, Chief Whip and Ayanteju Yetunde who becomes the group’s Women leader.
Announcing the outcome of the election, the Electoral Chairman, Ibrahim Mogaji said that Ademola Abdullahi polled the highest number of votes to defeat his closest rival.
Other chieftains of the group who were in attendance includes Dr. Waheed Buruj, Chairman of Buruj Sport Academy, Olumide Orogunle Coordinator of the group in Alimosho Chapter, Wasiu Obatade from Ikorodu, Fowosere Sulaimon, Oluyole Adegoke, Coordinator of Ibadan chapter, Engineer Omotayo coordinator in Ogun state chapter, Mr. Muse from Itele in Ogun State and Mr. Ade Adex all the way from Iwo in Osun state. Biola Bamikole, popularly known as Ebony was also in attendance.
Representatives from Poetharcourt, Kano, Abuja and others within the country were also in attendance.