The Chairman, Nigeria Union of Journalists, Oyo State Council, Comrade ‘Demola Babalola has charged members of the Union to shun actions capable of causing disunity amongst them, but rather work together for its growth.
He also urged journalists in the state, to maintain utmost integrity, while they discharge their duties as members of the fourth estate of the realm.
Babalola gave the charge today during the inauguration of new executive members of 32 FM chapel, Ibadan.
The inauguration took place within the broadcast station’s office at Dugbe, Ibadan.
Comrade also urged the new executives of 32 FM chapel, to do everything possible to keep the chapel afloat.
He further advised the new chairman to be transparent in his dealings with members of the union.
Earlier in his welcome address, the General manager 32fm, 94.9, Mr Samuel Akintan, commended the Nigeria Union of Journalists, council, noting that members of the fourth estate of the realm are key factors in the development of a nation.
Mr Akintan therefore advised new executive members of 32 fm chapel to continue to ensure the chapel stands out in news reportage.
In his acceptance speech, the pioneer chairman of 32fm Chapel, Mr Chike Ogbogu promised to move the chapel to the next level of development and solidify its status as a stakeholder in the state council of the NUJ.
Chike described the task ahead of the executives as enormous, adding that, “it is a responsibility the executives have accepted wholeheartedly.”
Other executive members of the chapel include, Peter Olasupo (Vice Chairman), Oluwatoyin Fasalejo (Secretary), Temilade Aloko (Treasurer), Emmanuel Ibikunle (Financial Secretary), Olanrewaju Adepoju (Assistant General Secretary) and Yusuf Badmos (Auditor).