It is barely 100 hundred days since you elected us to serve you in the National Executive Committee. It is indeed a great privilege and divine opportunity to serve. You elected us out of 6,000 town planners in this country, out of men and women of honour, from amongst accomplished and reputable professionals (planning consultants, administrators, academics and entrepreneurs) to serve you. On behalf of the members of the National Executive Committee and the National Council, I express our profound appreciation for the confidence reposed on us and being counted worthy of this onerous assignment. This privilege cannot be taken for granted; it is indeed so invaluable that we remain eternally grateful to Nigerian Town Planners home and abroad. The election that brought us into office was one of the most peaceful elections and in the best National Conference and Annual General Meeting ever held by the Institute. This is a pointer to the fact that we are not only growing but developing well. The past one hundred days have been awesome in experiences and exposures. It has been full of aspirations, explorations, expressions, interests, intrigues; sometimes challenging and stormy but at other times encouraging. The challenges made us to think outside the box, in some cases helped us to smoothen uneven edges of relationships and created avenues for greater understanding of each other. They exposed us to practical issues in leadership and service more than we ever knew. In all these, we have been able to forge ahead with the support of the overwhelming followership that believe in our vision, mission, plans and projects. One hundred days may be so short to begin to harvest yields of our investment; but not too short to see the buds of germinating seeds. This is the reason we want to recount the much that has gone into our plans and the hopes for the future.