The Central Association of Nigerians in the UK (CANUK), has successfully elected its new leadership  committee for the period 2017 – 2019.

The elections for new executives which hold every two years, were carried out over a 2 month period, under the auspices of an Electoral Committe headed by a representative of the Nigerian High Commission, with nominations being invited from the body of member-associations and associates. The nominees who after duly competing the required electoral registration, were subjected to votes by the organisation’s delegates.


Many of the new officers were however elected unopposed owing to the fact that not many people were willing to come forward and take up office with CANUK who’s reputation and image had been badly marred by infighting, acrimony and general bitterness among its outgoing leadership, under the chairmanship of Babatunde Loye. Most of the inhouse fighting often spilled out to the public and on…

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