Earlier today, President of the West African Students Union (WASU), Comr. Pillah Romans made some appointments in his cabinet, who will help run the Administration.
Among this appointees, popular Nigerian blogger, Comr. Age Timothy Oryina also known as #Sunnaija got appointed as the Special Assistant (SA) on Information, Communication and Technology (ICT) to the West African Students’ Union President Comr. Pillah Romans.
Other Aide’s/Appointees are;
- Comr. Gbasha Cyprian = Internal Media Consultant.
- Comr. Mitchell Great = Media Research Consultant.
- Comr.Osisiogu Osikenyi = International Affairs Advisory Committee Coordinator.
- Comr. Hope Vyonku = Liaison Officer To ECOWAS.
- Comr. Ishughun Dorkas Imbur = Personal Assistant.
- Comr. Emegwa Onyebuchi = Personal Assistant on Religious Affairs.
- Comr. Nyebe Benedict = Chief of Staff.
- Comr. Joseph Dolo = Personal Assistant on Education in Liberia.
- Comr. John Acha = Personal Assistant on Students Rights And Privileges.
- Comr.Ebrima L Dampha = Executive committee Member Representating Gambia.
- Comr. Saidat Oziohu Jimoh = Personal Assistant on Post Primary Education.
- Comr. Sandra Sele Pam = Personal Assistant on Special Duties.
- Comr. Francisca Lynn Wills = Secretary For Gender and International Relations.
- Comr. Chidube Nwaibe = Focal Person South East, Nigeria.
- Comr. Akinmade Nafemi Obafemi=Focal Person South West Nigeria.
- Comr. Ejelikwu Paul = Comr.Director Partnerships And Resource Mobilization.
- Comr. Tyonor Smith = Domestic Focal Person.
- Comr. Barnabas Ibuyo=Internal Media Aide.
- Comr. David Pine = Director Actions And Mobilization.
- Pastor. Jethro Senater Ukange = Spiritual Adviser.
- Comr. Ifeanyi Ofodu = Special Assistant on UN,SDG And African Unioy Agenda.
- Comr. Temitope Glorious = Special Assistant on Education in Nigeria.
- Comr. Age Timothy Oryina = Special Assistant on Information, Communication and Technology.
The West African Students’ Union, founded in London, England, in 1925 and active into the 1960s, was an association of students from various West African countries who were studying in the United Kingdom.