THE Lagos Lawn Tennis Club, Onikan, Lagos last week held its 2012 election to usher in new executive members for the oldest club in the country, founded in 1895.At the keenly contested election, Sam Egbuchunam was elected the 26th LLTC president, having scored 146 votes to beat his rival, Gbolahan Oki, who scored 95 votes. Prince Lafor Olateru-Olagbegi, who polled 146 votes to defeat his opponent, Shina Soyebo (Olu-Omo), who got 94 votes, clinched the post of vice president.Kolade Olutekunbi scored 175 votes to emerge the general secretary, defeating Kunle Oyekanmi, who scored 64 votes. Obasi Don Nwabueze was co-opted as assistant secretary, while Kunle Sewoniku was elected as bar and catering secretary, having scored 187 votes to defeat Femi Diya, who scored 48 votes.Other officers were elected unopposed, including A.Y. Laja (publicity secretary), Adeniyi Akanni (treasurer), Oladapo Aboaba (tennis captain), Peter Osagie (assistant tennis captain), Macdonald Ola Tubi (squash captain) and Yakubu Aromashodu (table tennis captain).Other officers elected unopposed were Kola Adigun (billiards and snooker captain) and Kazeem Wale Akanni (other games captain). Bala Yesufu, Olufela Ayuba, Lucinda Rokosu, Christopher Ubosi, Ehi Eguabor and Ayodeji Abiona were elected ex-officio members.In his maiden address, Egbuchunam enjoined the new executive members and all members of the club to work very hard to uplift the club to the highest realm it belongs. He also sought the co-operation of members in his new assignment. Click here to read full news..