Tee Mac, Orits Wiliki drum support for new PMAN President

Falope and Tee Mac

Following the resignation of former president of the Performing Musicians Association of Nigeria, PMAN, Keston Okoro, the National Working Committee of the artistes’ body, activated Rule 12 sub section 2 and rule 13 sub section 4 clause of its constitution and the First Vice President, Dr. Gbenga Falope Jnr. was sworn in last week as the new president.

At a gathering, which preceded the NWC meeting held at the O’jez Chinese restaurant, National Stadium, Surulere, Lagos, Falope Jnr, in his acceptance speech thanked members of PMAN and called for support from all past presidents of the association.

He said, “I am being addressed as President today not because I am the wisest, or wealthiest or most knowledgeable among all but it has been appointed that I will oversee the affairs of this noble association beginning from today till the end of my tenure and I assure all that I will do my best to restore the pride, honor and dignity of this body, qualities that have been missing for some time now in PMAN.”

The new president commended his predecessor, for doing his best before throwing in the towel. He assured all that that he would not make PMAN his ‘personal property, but the property of all’.

“That is why I am going to run a joint leadership with all and I appeal all to join hands with me especially past leaders present here, to take PMAN to its once enviable heights. Past president know of our challenges, so I appeal that when I run to them for consultations on how to solve any knotty issue, they will open their doors very wide for me,” he stated.

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