For development to thrive in Nigeria, Red Cross members and volunteers must renew their commitments in rendering service to humanity, National President of the body, Akpan Anani says.

Mr. Anani speaking shortly after being re-elected for another four-year term in the Nigerian capital city, Abuja expressed the readiness of the new executive to uphold the values of humanity, impartiality, neutrality, independence, voluntary service, unity and universality which form the cardinal principles of the organization.

The NRC pointsman who was elected along with eleven other officials during the NRCS’ 2018 Annual General Meeting (AGM) appreciated all those who contested for different positions for their “deep interests” in the affairs of the NRCS.

In the elections held, “There is no vanquished but one victor, which is the Nigerian Red Cross Society. Nobody has lost, nobody has won, the Nigerian Red Cross Society has won. Therefore, we will be reaching out to all that contested to join hands together and further develop the NRSC,” he said.

The elections held among 37 delegates drawn from the 37 state branches of the Red Cross including the FCT saw the emergence of the following to run the affairs of the body along with Chief Bolaji A. Anani, the National President:

Bolaji A. Anani---National President

Zubair Umar---Vice President

Fin. and Res Management Adviser----- Oluyemise Adeaga

Legal Adviser---Muazu Dikwa
Disaster Management  Adviser---Adamu Babale

Programme Planning Adviser---Ummu  M. Mustapha

Health and Care Adviser---Alozie A.B. Uzomma

Fin .Res. Mobilization Adviser----Uche A Dike

Youth, Gender and Vol Adviser------Amadu O. Omotayo

Branch Development Adviser------Emmanuel Nworie

Capacity development Adviser----Akin Aibinuomo

Communication  and Advocacy-------Usman  Masara Kim