World Press Freedom Day: We Must Recognise And Celebrate Those Who Work To Shape A Better Future For Our Nation – Arase

The Chairman of the Police Service Commission, Dr Solomon Arase has called for proper recognition and celebration of Nigerian Journalists who have continued to work to shape a better future for our nation.

According to a press release on Saturday, 4tn May 2024 signed by the PSC Head, Press and Public Relations, Ikechukwu Ani, said that Dr Arase spoke on the sidelines of the World Press Freedom Day 2024 held globally yesterday, May 3rd 2024. He noted that Nigerian Journalists deserved the support and encouragement of every Nigerian as they work to assist sustain our fledgling democracy. He said their sacrifices and pains and called for a better working environment for the Fourth Estate of Realm members.

The World Press Freedom Day with the theme; “A Press for the Planent: Journalism in the face of the environmental crisis is dedicated to the importance of Journalism and Freedom of Expression in the current global crisis.

It is celebrated on May 3 every year to commemorate the fundamental principles of the Press and to honour World Journalists.

The Day stresses the importance of a free and independent Press and promotes the freedom of expression in the world.

The PSC Chairman expressed happiness that Nigeria is one of the few nations that runs a wholly free Press and Freedom of Expression. He said the present Federal government has ensured that the Media and its practitioners have enjoyed not only Freedom but support and encouragement in the discharge of its duties.

He said he has personally maintained a close and rewarding Relationship with the media throughout his working career and has not only sustained it at the Commission but improved on it.

Dr. Arase said he sees the Media as a veritable partner in progress and advised that they should reciprocate the Government’s good gesture and contribute to national development.

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