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The Companion elects new excos


The Companion, an association of Muslim men in business and professions, Lagos District has returned Alhaji Abdul Ghani Abdul Majeed, an alumnus of the University of Ibadan, as the Amir (President) for a second term.

Abdul Majeed is a farmer, a rice merchant, and with many years of managerial experience in the telecommunications industry.
According to the Shura Committee led by Alhaji Abdul Kabir Sanni, Abdul Majeed had proven himself to be an indefatigable leader and a go-getter, so much that every active member of the district craved for his re-election.

Other members of the exco are Prof. Muhammed Tunde Yaqwub (Naibul Amir); Alhaji Amoo Taofeek (Secretary General); Ustadh Monsur Adetayo AbdulAzeez (Da’wah Coordinator); Abdur Raheem AbdulMajeed (Assistant Secretary-General); Alhaji AbdulAzeez Momoh Bello (Financial Secretary); Alhaji Munir Adekola Olusanya (Treasurer); Dr. Mubin Egberongbe (Welfare Secretary) and Mukaila Tajudeen Akolade (Public Affairs Secretary).

The founding and other members of The Companion, The Criterion, and some members of the public attended the virtual electoral conference.


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