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Osun Journalists Commend D-Gov For Appointing Colleague As CPS

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Correspondents’ Chapel of the Nigeria Union of Journalists in Osun state, Tuesday, described the appointment of one of their members, Olaniyi Ajibola, as the Chief Press Secretary to the deputy governor, Mr Olugboyega Alabi, as “deserving and commendable.”

A release by the Secretary of the correspondents’ chapel, Lateef Dada, and made available to CityMirrorNews in Osogbo, lauded the deputy governor, saying the appointment has confirmed the recognition of the contribution of the impact of Journalists in the state.

According to the release, Ajibola was the Chairman of the Correspondents’ Chapel until his appointment by the deputy governor.

The release assured the government of the competency and capability of Ajibola to serve in his new office excellently.

“We have carefully looked at the appointment and we concluded that it was deserving.

“From our findings, the appointment of Ajibola was as a result of his competency, personality and integrity that attracted the deputy governor.

“We consider it as rare privilege to have our member in the government of Osun state. It really shows that our contribution is well recognized and we shall continue to reciprocate the gesture.

“The task is herculean, taking into consideration the background with which Ajibola is coming to serve the state government.

“However, with his integrity unshaken, his name unsoiled and his ability to cope in any situation he finds himself, we are very confident that he would be a good representative of the deputy governor in the media and vice versa.

“We have no doubt that the appointment of Ajibola will further cement the existing relationship between the government and the media without affecting the social responsibility of presenting news in an honest and balanced manner.

“Without equivocation, we can say that Ajibola has distinguished himself so well, when he was the Chairman of Correspondents’ Chapel, Osun state, before his appointment.”

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