Kogi NUJ press week: Femi Adesina to deliver lecture on journalists and election coverage
The Special Adviser, Media and Publicity to President Muhammadu Buhari, Mr. Femi Adesina, is expected to grace Kogi State Council’s of the Nigeria Union of Journalists’ Press Week to deliver a lecture on journalists on Election coverage.
The chairman of the council Mr. Momoh-Jimoh Adeiza, who made the disclosure at a Press Conference on yesterday in Lokoja said the presidential aide would present his paper at the Grand Finale of the Press Week in Lokoja on August 16.
Adeiza said that Adesina who is a professional teacher in media matters, through his presentation on “The Media and News Reporting in an Election Year”, would address anomalies and salient issues in election coverage.
He said that the NUJ was positioned to contribute its quota to national development through programmes and activities including lectures, seminars and workshops that provide answers to national questions.
In this regard, he said, the union had arranged for a management consultant, Dr John Alabi to talk on how best to harness potentials of the inland waterways for economic prosperity of Nigeria.
Adeiza explained that Prof. Stephen Ocheni, Minister of State for Labour and Productivity would chair the press week, which would feature free medical treatment for children under the age of 15.
He said that the state Commissioner for Health, Dr Saka Haruna would flag-off the free medical treatment, which also includes blood pressure checks and blood sugar screening for adults at the NUJ Press Center on Monday.
A road show health-walk from NUJ press centre through Government House and Federal Medical Centre, Lokoja formed part of the weeklong programme, he said.The chairman said that the press week would also feature fund raising and presentation of awards to personalities including Mr. Femi Adesina; Prof. Seidu Ogah, DG NASRDA; Dr Rajab Naibi, an industrialist and Alhaji Haruna Yusuf, CSO to Edo State governor among others.Adeiza said the programme would commence on August 10, with a Friday Jumat Prayer and Sunday service on August 12.
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