Isiguzo said this in Lafia at a dinner and award night organised by the Nasarawa State Council to mark the end of the NUJ Press Week in the state.
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A statement issued to newsmen in Sokoto on Friday by the Chairman and Secretary of the chapel, Habibu Harisu and Ankeli Emmanuel, said the decision was reached following series of meetings and consultations involving delegated members as well as executives of the chapel with the leadership of the State NUJ and managers of information of the state government where complaints of the chapel were addressed.
The Lagos NUJ Executive members, led by the Chairman, Adeleye Ajayi, commiserated with the entire family of the late ace broadcaster, describing his demise as a great loss.
This is contained in a statement signed by the National President of the NUJ, Chris Isiguzo, in Abuja.
The NUJ President, Chris Isiguzo, at a news conference on Wednesday in Abuja said this year’s edition would be combined with last year’s as the COVID-19 pandemic and the lockdown prevented the celebration.
The union made the call in a statement jointly signed by its Chairman, Emmanuel Ogbeche, and Secretary, Ochiaka Ugwu, on Friday in Abuja.
The NUJ National President, Chris Isiguzo, made the declaration in a statement by the Assistant National Secretary, Midat Joseph, on Saturday in Abuja.
The National President of the Association, Tony Nwabunike, made the call during a courtesy visit to the association’s secretariat by the Executive members of the Nigeria Union of Journalists, Lagos State Council, led by the Chairman, Adeleye Ajayi.
The News Agency of Nigeria reports that this position was disclosed on Wednesday at the January edition of the State Executive Council meeting held at the NUJ Secretariat, Ado-Ekiti.
Obasa gave the advice when the executive members of the state council of NUJ paid him a courtesy call on Tuesday.
This was given to him by the Nigeria Union of Journalists B Zone on Thursday, according to a statement by Ojo-Lanre on Friday.
In the letter of withdrawal, Obi stated that she was misinformed about the allegations and was coerced by Chris Isiguzo, President of the Nigeria Union of Journalists, and his group, who prepared the first petition, which was dated December 16, 2020, and made her to sign it.
Ajayi said this on Friday on the WhatsApp platform of the union.
In a statement signed by Midat Joseph, its Assistant National Secretary, the NUJ said that Nda-Isaiah’s demise had “marked the end of an eventful era of a Newspaperman”.
Isiguzo made the plea in an interview with the News Agency of Nigeria at the Nnamdi Azikwe’s International Airport on Friday in Abuja.
Omotosho, who was the Guest Lecturer at the 2020 Press Week of the Oyo State Council of the Nigeria Union of Journalists on Saturday, at NUJ press Centre, Iyaganku, Ibadan, spoke on the theme: “Journalists and the development of underdevelopment in Nigeria.”
He emerged from an election on Thursday in which he defeated the incumbent, Quasim Akinreti.
He trounced ex-Chairman, Qasim Akinreti polling 376 votes against Akinreti’s 65 votes.
This was disclosed in a statement signed by the CAJ President, Alexandre Niyungeko.
The NUJ made known its position in a letter dated November 23 and signed by its Assistant National Secretary, Midat Joseph.