World Humanitarian Day: Civil Society Network Cleans Kogi NUJ, As Kogi NUJ Chairman calls on FG/ASUU to find common ground

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The Federal Government have been asked to look into the demands of the Academic Staff Union of University towards calling off the six months lingering face off.

The Chairman Kogi State Chairman of NUJ made the call towards checking the lingering issues of Insecurity currently confronting the country, said allowing the strike to lingers is not doing the country any good.

The Kogi State Chairman of the Nigeria Union of Journalists, Comr. Adeiza Momohjimoh made the call while addressing Newsmen as part of activities to mark the World Humanitarian Day, says keeping the Children at home for this long makes them prune to been used for neferous activities.

Comr. Adeiza described idleness as the beginning of youths been used for neferous activities, called on the federal government to look into the demands of ASUU said there is nothing to much to give in making the society better.

The NUJ Chairman equally tasked the ASUU Members to shift ground in the course of the negotiation pointing out that the strike action is not doing anyone any good, urged parties to shift ground in the interest of the nation and in view of the insecurity.

The NUJ Chairman disclosed that it is now obvious that the days when individuals are comfortable at the detriment of the larger society is long acceptable, urged citizens to be there brothers keeper by extending their hands of fellowship no matter how little.
While pointing out that the days when people have enough to eat for themselves and there family members at the detriment of there neighbors no longer acceptable, urged Nigerians to be there brothers keeper.

Comr. Adeiza Momohjimoh praised Pastor Mrs. Roseline Alabi for choosing the NUJ to carry out sanitation exercise as part of activities marking the world humanitarian day, says nothing should be too small to give in making the society better.

Speaking on the auspicious occasion of the World Humanitarian Day, Pastor Mrs Roseline Alabi, the Coordinator, Kogi State CSO Network said they are in the NUJ to keep the environment clean, said the Journalism profession is tasking and demanding, reason why they have choosing to come contribute to making the environment conducive for the members.

She appreciated the members of the NUJ for their contribution to informing the society, lauded the members for their balanced reportage.

Highlights of the observation of the world humanitarian day was the cleaning of the premises of the NUJ by Pastor Mr. Roseline Alabi and he team of Civil Society Network.

The World Humanitarian
International days and weeks are occasions to educate the public on issues of concern, to mobilize political will and resources to address global problems, and to celebrate and reinforce achievements of humanity. The existence of international days predates the establishment of the United Nations, but the UN has embraced them as a powerful advocacy tool, holds every 19th August, 2022.
 




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