NUJ lauds Kogi govt’s development strides | The Guardian Nigeria News - Nigeria and World News

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NUJ lauds Kogi govt’s development strides | The Guardian Nigeria News - Nigeria and World News

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NUJ lauds Kogi govt’s development strides | The Guardian Nigeria News - Nigeria and World News

Kogi State council of the Nigeria Union of Journalists (( NUJ ) has commended the state government over the ongoing projects across Lokoja metropolis and environs.

The journalists gave the commendation during the maiden 2022 congress of Kogi NUJ held in Lokoja, at the weekend.Describing the ongoing construction of Ganaja Bridge and Lokoja Civic Centre as legacy projects of the Governor Yahaya Bello-led administration that will benefit residents, they appealed to the governor to address the bad state of Zango-Daji road, expressing fears that residents might be cut off from Lokoja metropolis, if left unattended to.

They urged the state government to revive the state-owned FM 94.1 radio station, which went off air for about five months, appealing that government’s approval for the station be expeditiously followed with action.Members of NUJ passed confidence vote on the chairman, Alhaji Adeiza Momohjimoh, for transparent leadership.

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Photo/facebook/OfficialGYBKogi The journalists gave the commendation during the maiden 2022 congress of Kogi NUJ held in Lokoja, at the weekend. Describing the ongoing construction of Ganaja Bridge and Lokoja Civic Centre as legacy projects of the Governor Yahaya Bello-led administration that will benefit residents, they appealed to the governor to address the bad state of Zango-Daji road, expressing fears that residents might be cut off from Lokoja metropolis, if left unattended to. Merchants can sign up and receive their payment within minutes. They urged the state government to revive the state-owned FM 94. Trouble, however, started when they sighted someone pushing a wheelbarrow with loads.1 radio station, which went off air for about five months, appealing that government’s approval for the station be expeditiously followed with action. In line with the digitalisation of the economy, organisations, businesses and entrepreneurs are expected to have access to a secure and easy-to-use electronic payment solution. Members of NUJ passed confidence vote on the chairman, Alhaji Adeiza Momohjimoh, for transparent leadership. It was turned on to mark the 125th anniversary of Bose’s birth on Sunday and will remain lit up until a permanent statue is erected in its place.

In his address, Momohjimoh expressed appreciation to the governor for providing journalists the conducive atmosphere to operate. What this means is that only the top organisations, businesses and entrepreneurs with the requisite skills, capabilities and resources enjoy cashless payments. His words: “We came out today for the protest because of the problem we have been facing in the Oba Market. In this article .