In News by stephen abiodun on the 12th, July, 2020

Adamawa Correspondents’ Chapel workplace burgled on Exco inauguration day

Adamawa Correspondents’ Chapel office burgled on Exco inauguration day

The workplace of Correspondents’ Chapel of the Nigeria Union of Journalists (NUJ) in Adamawa State has been burgled.

The unidentified burglers made away with the flatscreen TV set and the StarTimes subscription modem of the correspondents.

The incident occurred on the very day scheduled for the inauguration of a set of members who had emerged days earlier as the brand new executives of the Chapel.

The correspondents had turned up for the inauguration on Saturday solely to behold a damaged window by means of which the smugglers entered the workplace, and a naked wall on which the flatscreen TV was.

The incident pressured the change in venue for the EXCO inauguration from the workplace, famously known as Correspondents’ Chapel Gallery, to the NUJ Press Centre throughout the similar Ribadu Sq. neighbourhood of the state capital, Yola.

On the ceremony, Daji Sani of ThisDay newspaper was inaugurated as chairman of the Correspondents’ Chapel, with Hussaini Hammangabdo of Management as Vice Chairman.

Onimisi Alao of The Nation was inaugurated as Assistant Secretary, with Muhammed Auwal of NAN as Assistant Secretary.

Amina Abdullahi of Day by day Belief and Fati Mohammed of DW Radio have been inaugurated as Treasurer and Auditor, respectively.

The Chairman of the state Council of NUJ, Ishaku Dedan, who performed the inauguration, urged the brand new Correspondents’ Chapel executives to operate in accordance with the structure of the NUJ.

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