Reconcile Aggrieved Members; NUJ Tells NAWOJ Exco

.…Run open door policy

The newly elected executives of the Nigeria Association of Women Journalists, NAWOJ, have been advised to keep to their campaign promises towards repositioning the Association to an enviable height.

Chairman, Nigeria Union of Journalists, FCT Chapter, Comrade Emmanuel Ogbeche gave the advice when the new Chairperson of NAWOJ, Comrade Annah Daniel led her team on a courtesy visit to NUJ FCT Executive members in Abuja.

Comrade Ogbeche who encouraged the Chairperson of NAWOJ to reconcile aggrieved members so as to carry everyone along for a progressive Union.

His Words:”…Reconciliation should be your starting point, open door policy is key and cardinal to achieving whatever you are set to achieve. I want to urge you to ensure that your doors are open without discrimination…”

Comrade Ogbeche pledged the readiness of NUJ FCT Chapter to provide the needed support to NAWOJ when necessary.

Earlier, the Chairperson, Nigeria Association of Women Journalists, Comrade Annah Daniel promised to run an open door administration towards repositioning the Association.

Her Words: We have come to say thank you for the support during the election… “We have seen how you translate vision to reality. We are here to tap from your wealth of experience in our desire to reposition women Journalists in FCT.

According to Chairperson, NAWOJ is in dire need of training and retraining of members, mentorship, Empowerment as well as advocacy and entrepreneurial schemes that will impact socially, economically, intellectually and financially in the lives of our women journalist in FCT.

“With your kind support Mr Chairman Sir, our women can acquire skills that will give them financial freedom”

The Chairperson of NAWOJ, gave assurance that she would solicit support from relevant partners for the training and retraining of women Journalists in the FCT.

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