Chris Isiguzo, the National President of the Nigeria Union of Journalists (NUJ), was chosen unopposed to lead the union for the second time.
The statement was made in the Dr. Michael Okpara Auditorium in Umuahia, Abia State, during the Seventh triennial delegates’ conference 2021.
Meanwhile, journalists affiliated with the Nigeria Union of Journalists (NUJ) were tasked by some of their veterans yesterday to do what they could to improve Nigeria’s working conditions, notwithstanding the country’s ethnic and religious diversity.
Dada, Samuel. The governor, on the other hand, assigned them to initiatives that would have the greatest good influence on the people.
His Royal Highness, Eze (Dr.) Uwadiegwu Ogbonnaya, a veteran journalist of the defunct National Concord Newspapers and now the traditional ruler of Umuanyi Community in the state’s Isuikwuato Local Council, posited that with more highly educated people in journalism, the practice today should reflect the same, lamenting that the profession has been afflicted with many things.
He questioned why the Federal Government threatened to declare a state of emergency in Anambra State but did not do so in the troublesome North-East and its neighboring states/zones.
George Izobo, who was president of the NUJ 36 years ago, asked journalists to display tolerance and politeness to one another.
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