The Correspondents’ Chapel of the Nigerian Union of Journalists (NUJ), Niger State chapter has inaugurated its newly elected Executives in a free and honest elections.
The officers are to steer the affairs of the chapel for a interval of three years.
In the course of the chapel elections, Yakubu Mustapha of the Individuals’s Every day Newspaper, emerged as the brand new Chairman and Abdul Isa of VON as Vice Chairman of the chapel.
Additionally, Mr Daniel Atori of New Telegraph Newspapers defeated Emperor Simon of Channels Tv to emerge Secretary of the Chapel.
Equally, Priscilla Dennis of DAILY POST defeated Samson Ojagbane of African Unbiased Tv, AIT, to emerge because the chapel’s Monetary Secretary, simply as Mathew Jwantu of Normal Newspaper turned the brand new Treasurer.
In his transient inaugural speech, the brand new chairman, Mustapha Bina thanked the members for voting him alongside different chapel Govt, whereas promising them good management.
He pledged to function an all-inclusive regime, promising to be a listening chief that might take the chapel to higher heights.
Additionally, the State Commissioner for Info and Technique, Muhammmad Sani Idris who spoke by means of his Technical Assistant, Comrade Iliya Garba assured the brand new Exco of the State authorities’s unflinching assist and cooperation, when the necessity arises.
The State Chairman of the NUJ, Niger State Council, Comrade Abdu Idris represented by the Council Secretary, Abu Nmodu urged the brand new Exco to all the time confer with the NUJ constitutions within the discharge of their duties.
He then known as on members of the chapel to work in unity to enhance the lives of its members significantly in areas of welfare and coaching.
The newly elected government members had been sworn in by the NUJ, Niger State Council Secretary, Comrade Abu Nmodu.