By Adedapo Adesanya\u00a0 The National Association of Online Security Reporters (NAOSRE) has elected Mr Femi Oyewale as its new President. Mr Oyewale is the publisher and Editor-in-Chief of Sahara Weekly and Sahara TV and with his appointment yesterday, he will preside over the association\u2019s affairs for the next two years. In his acceptance speech, the new president thanked the electoral body, NAOSREC, for conducting a hitch-free election. He also thanked the former executives led by Mrs Favour Benson, the board of trustees and members for the unprecedented confidence reposed in him through their votes, promising not to disappoint. In reference to the aftermath of #EndSARS protests that upturned and unbalanced the country\u2019s security bearings, Mr Oyewale called for redoubled media efforts in the promotion of peace and harmony in Nigeria. \u201cUnderstandably, NAOSRE members must prepare to undertake the stressful, yet inexorable push to enthrone balanced security reportage for a better and secured Nigeria,\u201d the journalist formerly with Encomium Weekly, said. Continuing, he admonished members \u201cto always stand on the path of truth and avoid illogical assertions capable of twisting the wheels of a secured nation. \u201cI, therefore, call on members for more dedication. Let us strive to make NAOSRE the association to beat as well as set the pace for security reportage in Nigeria,\u201d he requested. Earlier in her remarks, the association\u2019s former president, Mrs Favour Benson, thanked members for their cooperation during her tenure. She, however, called for unity and commitment to attain NAOSRE\u2019s objectives. Mr Francis Ugbechie, an information technology expert who observed the election, described it as free, fair, and credible. \u201cFrom what I saw today, NAOSRE\u2019s credibility is not in doubt. Members are full of enthusiasm to take frontline roles in security reportage not only in Nigeria but across the Continent,\u201d he stated. Others who emerged as elected executive members were Love Ikuku Oyedokun (vice president), Dayo Bamgbala (secretary), Lillian Azuh (financial secretary), Gbenga Shaba (registrar), Adetogun Olakunle (treasurer), Edwin Usoboh (provost), Abiona Adenike (welfare), Abayomi Obatinuadeyo (online director) and Idumonza Isidahomhen (public relations officer).