Journalists hail Ugolor’s appointment, set agenda for Committee on forfeited Assets

Journalists hail Ugolor’s appointment, set agenda for Committee on forfeited Assets


The Correspondents’ Chapel of the Nigeria Union of Journalists (NUJ) in Edo State has set agenda for the inter-ministerial Committee on Disposal of All Assets Forfeited to the Federal government of Nigeria.

The Chapel in a statement issued on Sunday by Comrade Nefishetu Yakubu (Mrs.) and Comrade Osaigbovo Iguobaro, Chairman and Secretary respectively, expressed delight in the appointment of the Executive Director of the African Network for Environmental and Economic Justice, (ANEEJ), Rev. David Ugolor as member of the Committee.

Recalled the appointee willingness to volunteer his time and effort as well as opinions on the nation’s budgetary implementation, open/good governance, anti-corruption- through his organization, the Africa Network for Environment and Economic Justice.

The statement reads: “For us as journalists and watchdog of The Society, we are confident that your versatile experience demonstrated in Human Rights activism and good governance would be a rallying point for the Committee’s mandates.

“We trust that you will continue to work for the general good of humanity and Mankind.

“Please be aware that you have our full support, and we wish you all the best as you proceed on this national assignment”.

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