Former Chairman of the Kaduna State chapter of the sports writers association of Nigeria, Benjamin Isaiah, has emerged as the new President of the Sports writers association of Nigeria SWAN

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Former Chairman of the Kaduna State chapter of the sports writers association of Nigeria, Benjamin Isaiah, has emerged as the new President of the Sports writers association of Nigeria SWAN at the end of the association’s triennial delegates Congress at Omoku , the administrative headquarters of Ogba/ Egbema/Ndoni local government area,Rivers State.

Benjamin Isaiah scooped 16 votes out of the 22 votes by the delegates as Abubakar Sadiq Moyoyo from Taraba State, got 6 votes.

Outgone president of the association, Honour Sirawoo, urged the new executive committee to lead by its statutes and reeled out some of the achievements of his team members.

Earlier, Patron of the Rivers State chapter of SWAN, Felix Obuah ,who was honoured as the national patron of SWAN, charged the association members across the country to support the new exco.

The Newly elected president Benjamin Isaiah, promised to run an all inclusive administration.

Benjamin Isaiah, will pilot the affairs of SWAN for another three years.

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