The National Executive Committee (NEC), of the Performing Musicians Association of Nigeria (PMAN), has an interim National Sole Administrator of the association.
Concise News understands that the association elected Dr. Hajiya-Amina Dangaji as the current president.
Information has it that the NEC, which comprises all state chapters Chairmen and Secretaries of PMAN, unanimously elected Dangaji on Thursday in Abuja.
Dangaji was elected alongside other members as Caretaker Committee to oversee the activities of the association in the next one year and conduct an election for substantive executive members.
In her remark, she expressed her readiness to reposition PMAN and conduct a peaceful election within the period to avoid the incessant cases of factionalisation that has faced the body in recent times.
The one-time president of PMAN said she would work towards reconciling aggrieved members and restore the body’s past glory.
She, however, appealed to all members, especially the NEC, to ensure the team succeeded.
“Having served before as a president of this great association, I pledge to contribute my quota towards making PMAN stronger and better.
“I sincerely want the support and co-operation of all to ensure that we succeed together,” she said.
The Performing Musicians Association of Nigeria (PMAN), is an umbrella organisation that guide, protect and promote the interests of musicians in Nigeria.
Some of its past presidents include late veteran singer Sonny Okosun, Tony Okoroji, Christy-Essien-Igbokwe and Charly Boy.