NAWOJ Chair Delivers Homily @2nd Anniversary
Lagos Chairperson,National Association of Women Journalists, Comrade Adeola Ekine at the weekend urged members to remain committed in reforming the society with journalistic piece.
In a statement signed by her to commemorate the second anniversary in office, she explained that “At this time and always, we must strive to be the voice,mediator and bridge between the people and Government.
“NAWOJ belongs to us all, and nothing should divide us. Let us form a common front and fight several factors that negate and shape our role in national development and nation building . We must protect our values and meaningful education. Ethnic and Religious colouration as well as gender based violence must never impact our moral beliefs.
“The aforementioned enemies should get our undivided attention, for us not to be relegated to the background and continuously labelled as vulnerable”.
Ekine had earlier expressed profound gratitude to members for their steadfastness and unshaken love for NAWOJ, saying, “Thank you for giving us the opportunity to serve. We appreciate your trust,support and wise counsel”.
The Chairperson also said her door is open to constructive criticism and ideas.
“Let us work together and do the needful, your suggestions, observations and advice are duly welcome. The Association is for all of us, so we need to work together to make it grow”.