NUJ Abuja Commends Gov. Otu’s Appointment of Ogbeche as CPS

By Paschal Emeka, Abuja | Posted June 19, 2023

The Nigeria Union of Journalists (NUJ), Abuja Council’s Correspondent Chapel has commended the Cross River State Governor, Sen. Bassey Otu over his appointment of Emmanuel Ogbeche as the Chief Press Secretary (CPS).

Until the appointment, Emmanuel Ogbeche was the NUJ Abuja Council Chairman.

The Chapel in a statement in Abuja recently, praised the Governor’s decision to appoint the versatile journalist who is also the editor of Abuja Inquirer Newspaper, describing it as a well-deserved honour.

The statement, jointly signed by the Chairman, Comrade Jide Oyekunle, and the Secretary of the Chapel, Raphael Oni, highlighted Ogbeche’s experience, antecedents, and prowess in the pen profession.

The Chapel further commended the Governor for making a perfect decision by putting the round peg in a round hole.

According to the statement, “We commend Cross Rivers State Governor, Sen. Prince Bassey Edet Otu for appointing this erudite and seasoned journalist to be a part of his administration. We have no doubt in his capacity, wealth of experience, and unwavering commitment to service and public trust.

“His vast knowledge and expertise in journalism, coupled with his loyalty and trustworthiness, make him highly suited for the crucial role of Chief Press Secretary.”

The statement further described Ogbeche as a leader with a track record of honesty and excellent qualities, having served as a two-term Chairman of the NUJ FCT Council.

The NUJ expressed confidence that the appointment would afford him the opportunity to help drive the agenda of the new government in the state.

“Your appointment is an amazing opportunity, which is a reward for your loyalty and many years of hard work towards advancing the cause of journalists and journalism, ” the statement concluded.

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