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Newly-Elected Methodist Youth President, Ezeh Promises Vibrant, Inclusive Fellowship

Abia born journalist, Micheal Elite Ezeh has been elected the new National President of the Methodist Church Nigeria, Youth Fellowship during the recently concluded National Presidents’ Summit of the fellowship held at Methodist Church Nigeria, D-Line Cathedral, Portharcourt on Saturday.

Ezeh, who was unanimously elected by the MYF’s National Enlarged Executive Council (NEEC), succeeded Amb. Oyonumoh Ukpong.

In his acceptance speech on behalf of his colleagues, Ezeh thanked the members of the fellowship for the confidence reposed in the newly elected members of the executive, acknowledging the enormous responsibility that comes with the position.

He further pledged to uphold the values of integrity, transparency, and public interest, stating that his mission is to “create a vibrant and inclusive MYF that empowers young people to grow spiritually, develop as leaders, and make a lasting impact on their communities.”

Ezeh further noted that his vision for the fellowship is built on six key pillars including, increased spiritual growth, empowering youth and investing in human capital development, community engagement, improved communication and feedback, diversity and inclusion, and sustainability and revenue generation.

“Working together, implementing these initiatives, and focusing on measurable goals, can
transform the National Youth Fellowship into a vibrant, impactful, and inclusive space for all.

“We can become a beacon of hope, a catalyst for positive change, and a proof of the
transformative power of faith.

“I am
persuaded that as a team, we can overcome all odds and build a fellowship whose fountain of
service will remain persuasive and value-laden. It is my utmost desire that at the end of this
administration, I will pass on to my successor a banner without stain,” he said.

The elected executive members include Abiodun Ajani as National Vice President, Emmanuel Anyalewechi as National General Secretary, Ememobong Martins as National Treasurer, Egbo Emmanuel as National Assistant General Secretary, amongst others.

Emmanuel Emmanuel clinched the position of National Public Relations Officer and Maxwell Precious was elected as the National Auditor of the fellowship.

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