BE ROLE MODELS IN COVID-19 CAMPAIGN, NSIRIM CHARGES RELIGIOUS LEADERS; RIVERS GOVT TO ARREST PEOPLE REFUSING TO WEAR FACE MASK

In furtherance of the fight against the COVID-19 pandemic, the Rivers State Commissioner for Information and Communications, Pastor Paulinus Nsirim, has called on religious leaders in the State to path the way for their congregation. The Commissioner, who made the call today, July 11, 2020, during a live radio programme in Port Harcourt, hinted that by their status they represent a section of the society … Continue reading BE ROLE MODELS IN COVID-19 CAMPAIGN, NSIRIM CHARGES RELIGIOUS LEADERS; RIVERS GOVT TO ARREST PEOPLE REFUSING TO WEAR FACE MASK

GOV WIKE IS BUILDING THE FUTURE FOR RIVERS STATE – Nsirim

***Pledges To Collaborate With CoolWazobiaInfo on Development Reportage The Rivers State Commissioner for Information and Communications, Pastor Paulinus Nsirim, has stated that the State Governor, Nyesom Wike is deliberately building an enviable future for Rivers People. A statement by Soibi Max-Alalibo, SA on Media to the Rivers State Commissioner, Ministry of Information and Communications, disclosed that Pastor Nsirim, who made the declaration today, June 7th, … Continue reading GOV WIKE IS BUILDING THE FUTURE FOR RIVERS STATE – Nsirim

WE WILL SPEND LAST KOBO TO SECURE BORNO PEOPLE, GOV ZULUM PLEDGES, AS HE VISITS NTA, BRTV; APPRECIATES MEDIA

Borno Governor, Professor Babagana Umara Zulum on Wednesday, June 24, paid thank you visits to the Nigerian Television Authority (NTA) zonal network centre and the Borno Radio Television, both in Maiduguri. The visits came at the climax of a ten-day schedule of media activities which had been lined up as part of activities to mark the Governor’s one year in office. Governor Zulum met management … Continue reading WE WILL SPEND LAST KOBO TO SECURE BORNO PEOPLE, GOV ZULUM PLEDGES, AS HE VISITS NTA, BRTV; APPRECIATES MEDIA

ADHERE TO COVID-19 DIRECTIVES, ANIAGWU URGES DELTANS

Delta state commissioner for information, Mr. Charles Aniagwu, has appealed to the people of Delta state to follow health protocols prescribed by the Nigeria Centre for Disease Control (NCDC0) and the government, as part of strategies to combat the deadly coronavirus pandemic. Mr. Aniagwu made the call when he visited members of the Delta Online Publishers Forum (DOPF), an association online news publishers, at the … Continue reading ADHERE TO COVID-19 DIRECTIVES, ANIAGWU URGES DELTANS

OKOWA COMMITTED TO A STRONGER DELTA – Aniagwu

Delta Government on Tuesday, 2nd June, said Gov. Ifeanyi Okowa remained resolute in his quest to build a stronger and united Delta in spite of challenges of the COVID-19 pandemic. The Commissioner for Information in the state, Mr Charles Aniagwu, disclosed this in Asaba when he visited the Delta chapter of Association of Community Newspaper Publishers of Nigeria (ACNPN) and Delta Online Publishers Forum (DOPF). … Continue reading OKOWA COMMITTED TO A STRONGER DELTA – Aniagwu

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Delta NUJ Distributes Face Masks To Chapels

By Patrick Ochei The Nigeria Union of Journalists (NUJ), Delta State Council has produced and distributed 1000 locally made face masks to its members on chapel basis, thereby calling on them to observe the precautionary guidelines approved by Government. The Chairman, Comrade Michael Ikeogwu while presenting the face masks to chapel chairmen at the Union’s temporary press centre in Asaba, on Thursday 21st May 2020, … Continue reading Delta NUJ Distributes Face Masks To Chapels

ENOUGH OF ATTACK ON MEDIA PRACTITIONERS IN DELTA STATE, NUJ WARNS

PRESS RELEASE ENOUGH OF ATTACK ON MEDIA PRACTITIONERS IN DELTA STATE It is becoming disheartening that media practitioners, in the course of carrying out their constitutional responsibility, have unfortunately, turned targets for attacks by members of the public, particularly security agencies and governmental bodies in Delta State. Only recently, the Chairman of the NUJ, Michael Ikeogwu and a reporter with Daily Trust newspapers were harassed … Continue reading ENOUGH OF ATTACK ON MEDIA PRACTITIONERS IN DELTA STATE, NUJ WARNS