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Anambra NUJ holds maiden SEC, stakeholders meeting



JOURNALISTS have been urged to cultivate the business aspect of journalism profession, especially at the moment when the audience is turning away from the conventional media channels.

  Managing Director and Chief Executive Officer, Anambra Broadcasting Service (ABS) Uche Nworah, who stated this during the first  State Executive Council and stakeholders meeting held at the Godwin Ezeemo Int’l Press Center, Awka, noted that traditional trends are fast fading out, pushing content marketing mostly online.

  Nze Nworah, who was the resource person at the meeting called on journalists to as a matter of urgency begin to re-strategise, to take responsibility for their outputs, training and to rejig their content formula.

  The meeting attracted media executives, stakeholders, chairmen and secretaries of chapels as well as the immediate past Head, Department of Mass Communication, Nnamdi Azikiwe University, Awka, Prof. Chinwe Uzochukwu.

  In a welcome address, the new chairman of the Council, Odogwu Emeka Odogwu,  explained that the essence of the meeting was to cross- fertilise ideas on how best to move the union forward.

  Dr. Odogwu while pointing out that the collective interest of the union remains the priority of his administration, disclosed some of their efforts so far which included the attraction of some stakeholders to develop the NUJ Secretariat, erection of sports complex, proper surveying of the NUJ premises, among others.

  In his remarks, the immediate past chairman of the union, Comrade Francis Ekpone called for peace and unity in the union, stressing that the executive would achieve greater things if peace is given maximum chance in all the activities of the union.

  Contributing, the former chairman of NUJ, Anambra State Council, Comrade Victor Agusiobo urged the new executive to be proactive and focus in their dealings, as well as incorporate consistent efforts to reach its goals, especially in the area of generating funds for running of the union without leaving any member behind.

  The meeting provided opportunity for stakeholders to brainstorm on the best approach to achieve success in the union.

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