LEADERSHIP Editor Elected PMAN Governor...Promise Reorganisation And Betterment For Members
In a bid to keep the performing musicians employers association of Nigeria (PMAN) FCT chapter ahead of its contemporary in the industry, the association during its usual general meeting held on the 31st March 2016 at Rita Lori Hotel Garki, Abuja unanimously and formally endorsed the deputy governor, Solomon NDA-Isaiah as the PMAN Governor, FCT chapter following the resignation of Collins Adeyemi who was the erstwhile governor.
It all started after the secretary Mr Vincent Omoko aka Cent Moko finished reading the programme of the day when, King FAJ, a former chairman of the association called the house to order by raising a motion that it will not be fair to still address Mr Solomon Nda-Isaiah aka Original Orokoman as deputy when the governor, Mr Collins Adeyemi had tendered his resignation.
That was when the Secretary of the association, Cent Moko called on King Waleman, a former national 1st vice president who was also present at the meeting to conduct an election. And a vote of confidence was unanimously passed on Mr Solomon Nda-Isaiah as the governor PMAN FCT chapter. He was immediately sworn in by King Waleman .
In his acceptance speech, Mr Solomon who doubles as the group entertainment editor of LEADERSHIP Newspapers Group promised to work diligently for the upliftment of the association and for the benefit of all musicians adding that he was ready to put in his time,resources, energy and contact to see to the success of the association . He also stressed the need for bringing in all aggrieved members together so that the great association could get back its lost glory.
His words: "I contested as the chairman of PMAN FCT in 2014 but lost to Makossa Queen. I had wanted to lead the PMAN FCT Chapter because of the big plans I have for the Abuja music scene and musicians. But due to some factors, I couldn't really achieve that at that point. But I later bounced back 10-years later to win the deputy governor position of the association.
I am here on a rescue mission...It's time to face reality. I don't believe in talking too much, I believe in action and I need the full cooperation of all the musicians in Abuja in order to revamp the industry. I promise to do all within my powers and with God by my side , we are going to move PMAN FCT Chapter to greater heights" he promised.
Also reacting, the PMAN Secretary, Mr Vincent Omoko aka Cent Moko congratulated the new governor and pledged his undying support stressing that members should support the new governor to move the association foward.
King WALEMAN also set the mood high with one of his popular tunes 'Garin Kano.'