Mobile phone technicians get new executives in Ondo

The Ondo State Chapter of the Association of Mobile Phone Technicians (AMPTECH) has inaugurated new executive members that will pilot the affairs of the association for the next four years.

The inauguration held at the Olukayode Car Park in Akure on Thursday, was attended by members from all the eighteen local government areas of the state.

Mr Favour Adesida, however, emerged as President, Mr Olabanji Henry was elected the Vice President, while Mr Paul Broderick emerged as Secretary.

Speaking, Adesida promised to fight quackery and prevent sharp practices by members of the association.

He equally promised to sanitise the association and ensure members were trained within and outside the country.

“I will try to change what is happening and make it a better association, and draw the attention of the government so that our people will benefit from government policies.

“Also I will ensure that loans are giving to our members at a better rate,” he said.

Adesida advised members not to flash customer’s phone without seeing their receipt.

Speaking, a former Secretary to the Ondo State Government, Mr Tayo Oluwatuyi, called for unity among members of the association.

“AMPTECH is a great facilitator of the economy, and without you, many things will be dragging all over the world,” Oluwatuyi said.

Mr Kunle Asaolu, a former Commissioner for Urban Development in Ondo State, commended members of the association for their peaceful during and after the election.

AMPTECH was inaugurated in Ondo State in 2004 to control illegality and quackery.