Media forum sues for unity, receives certificate of registration

Forum of Veteran Media Executives (FVME), Kogi State has charged members to embrace greater unity and commitment, in order to aid them contribute their quota to development of the state.

Making this known in a statement signed by Secretary of the forum, Innocent Idajili and availed The Voice, the President, FVME, Kogi State, Mr Barth Ademu, who called for greater unity and commitment among members said as veteran journalists, they still have a lot to contribute to national discourse and development.

According to the statement, the FVME president made the call when a representative of the state government presented Certificate of Registration to the forum, recently.

It read in part: “The representative of the state government, Mrs Rebecca Haruna, who came from the Ministry of Women Affairs, encouraged the members to prioritise welfare of the members and issues concerning the state and the country at large.

“She urged the union to use its wealth of knowledge and experience, as retired journalists to promote the interest and development of the profession.”

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