Alumni of the Negros Oriental State University are
calling for an election of a new set of officers this year as the
three-year term of the current president and other officers is about to
Marlon Padayhag, an alumnus of NORSU, said yesterday
that he has written Nilo Sayson, president of the Federation of NORSU
Alumni, and who sits as member of the Board of Regents, requesting that
an election be held soon.
The alumni federation of NORSU is scheduled to hold its
homecoming today, in line with the university’s 109th Founder’s Day
Padayhag, who was former president of the Supreme
Student Government and a trustee of the then Central Visayas
Polytechnic College before the school was converted as a state
university, said that Sayson’s term is to end today but there is no
word about an election for a new set of officers.
As of this writing, Padayhag said he has not received any official communication in response to his letter-request.
He said the NORSU alumni federation president’s term
ought to be only one year but when Sayson was elected in 2013, he based
his three-year term on the old Constitution and By-laws of the
Padayhag said the Constitution and By-laws that was
registered with the Securities and Exchange Commission states that
alumni federation officers only get elected to a one-year term rather
than three years, as in the case of Sayson.
Sayson, who is a member of the Provincial Board of
Negros Oriental, could not be reached through his mobile phone for
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