The Nigeria Union of Journalists, Ogun State Council, has appealed to the state governor Dapo Abiodun to fulfill his promises by the commencing renovation of Osoba Hall at the Council’s Oke-Ilewo Secretariat.
The governor had promise the council of renovating the Osoba Hall in its secretariat, construction of modern event centre at Union’s permanent site, as well as providing an estate for journalists in the state.
This was stated in a communique issued at the end of the Union’s congress held on Thursday.
The congress, while commended Governor Abiodun for being magnanimity in victory especially during the March 18th Governorship poll, tribunal sittings and eventual judgment also reminded the governor on the appointments of two of its members as Special Assistants.
The union also commended the immediate past Nigerian Ambassador to United Kingdom, Sarafa Tunji-Ishola, for his promise to build a new news room to be named after late Professor Lai Oso.
The congress, which was attended by members from across the state, deliberated on diverse issues affecting the union and its members as well as the Ogun State government.
Meanwhile, the union charged members to conduct themselves as worthy professionals in carrying out their duties and demanded decent treatment of journalists in the course of discharging their lawful duty.