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Rivers NAWOJ Bye-election: New Secretary, Treasurer Emerge, Takes Oath Of Office

The Nigeria Association of Women Journalists, Rivers State Council, now has a new Secretary and Treasurer.

They are Precious Ahiakwo-Ovie of Surveillance Newspaper as Secretary and Elizabeth Amadi of the Rivers State Television occupying the Treasurer position.

The Chairman of the Rivers State Council of Nigeria Union of Journalists, Stanley Job, while inaugurating the duo into office, charged them to work with the state NAWOJ Chairperson to sustain peace and unity in the Association.

Stanley Job also charged the two new executive officers, who emerged unopposed, to carry aggrieved members along and ensure they work together to realize the objectives of the Association.

On her part, the Deputy National Chairperson of NAWOJ, Dr. Lilian Okonkwo-Ogabu, while congratulating the two new executive officers, commended the NAWOJ National Chairperson Aisha Ibrahim for ensuring peace and tranquility in the process.

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Dr Lilian Okonkwo-Ogabu also commended the state council of the NUJ for conducting a free and fair bye-election while calling for peaceful leadership at the NAWOJ state level.

Those present at the inauguration include the NUJ state secretary, Ike Wigodo; NUJ state auditor, Ominini Leslie Wokoma and NUJ state Treasurer, Doris Morrison.

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Also present were NAWOJ state Deputy Chairperson, Daba Benebo; NAWOJ state Assistance Secretary, Edith Chukwu; the Financial Secretary, Anita Ogona, among others.

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