The Lagos State Chapter of League of Muslim School Proprietors (LEAMSP) has elected its new set of executives.
This eleven-member executive committee is expected to serve for the three years beginning from 2021 and ending in 2024.
The new executives emerged at the association’s triennial electoral conference held on Wednesday 25th August, 2021 (16th Muharram, 1443) at Ansarudeen Central Mosque Hall, Mafoluku, Oshodi, Lagos.
According to the shurah election committee Chairman, Alhaji Nurein Olaleye, the chairman is Mr Monsur Yaqeen.
He is to deputised by two persons – Vice Chairman (Inspectorate), Mr Nurudeen Omotosho and Vice Chairman (R&SD) is Mrs Zaenab Ahmad-Taiwo.
The Secretary is Mrs Rasheedah Olowonisaye while the Assistant Secretary is Mr AbdulHafeez T. Animashaun.
Others are Moshood Sodiq as the Financial Secretary while Habeeb Atata is the IPO.
The Auditor is Jeleel Ogunwale, the Welfare officer is Monsur Kilanse.
Two ex-officio members in persons of Alhaji Fatai B. Raheem and Jamiu M. Bello would also be on board.
Earlier, the Guest Speaker, the former Lagos State Commissioner for Home Affairs, Dr Abdul Hakeem Abdul Lateef in his lecture at the conference titled “Breakthrough to Excellence” charged the school proprietors to imbibe the culture of excellence in running their schools and see it as an act of worship of their Creator to achieve success.
Abdul Lateef, who is also the Chief Imam of Lagos State House of Assembly Mosque called on members of LEAMSP in Lagos to remain united and seek improvements everyday of their lives in order remain relevant in the ever changing world.
The event also witnessed the unveiling of the administrative vehicle procured by the outgone executives of the association led by Alhaji Fatai Raheem.For information on Press Releases, Photos, Promotional Events and Adverts, Please Call or Send a Text to 09052129258, 08124662170 or send an email to: firstname.lastname@example.org