Igala Cultural Development Association (ICDA) in Karu local government of Nasarawa State, is to chart a new course; as it has elected new officers to steer its social and humanitarian activities after the expiration of the former executive committee.
The former executive led by Ishaka Ademu was recently dissolved and a new one was put in place with a mandate to enhance the frontiers of the association, promote its integrity and image among the Igala race in Karu local government area, as well as with Nasarawa State and beyond the boundary of the state.
The newly elected officials include; Prince Oruma Musa (President), Wada Nas Attah (Vice president), Ada Muhammed (Secretary-General), Joseph Salami (Treasurer) and Jibrin Ibrahim (Financial Secretary).
Other elected officers are; Musa S. Agih (Auditor), Amade Sunday (PRO) and Pasca Friday Amodu (Social Organiser).
The out-gone president, Ishaka Ademu, thanked the members for the opportunity they gave him to pilot the affairs of the association. He appealed to all the members to rise to the challenge of promoting the dwindling cultural values of Igala people by supporting the new exco to succeed.
The new president, Prince Oruma Musa commended the effort of the former exco for laid solid foundation for unification of Igala race in Karu local government and beyond.