Anambra NUJ Sets up Trust Fund for Education of Children of deceased members, N1 Million given


The State Council of Nigeria Union of Journalists, NUJ, says it will set up a trust fund to ensure quality education of the children of their fallen members.


The Chairman of the Council Comrade Emma Ifesinachi disclosed this during the Monthly Congress of the union at Godwin Ezemo International Press Centre Awka.
The Union has presented cheques to some families who lost their husbands in active duty.

Comrade Ifesinachi stated that the names of trustee members of the fund will be announced in the next congress and expressed the hope that the decision taken would yield positive and sustainable results.
He listed clinic, excursion, road show, visit to Community Children’s home, novelty football match, lectures and thanksgiving as events that will feature in the 2018 Press Week of the union.

The Secretary of the Union, Mr. Emma Uduagha, charged journalists to always perform their legitimate duties and participate actively in the development of the union.

He announced that the family of late Leonard Akaolisa had written an appreciation letter to the Council, for its support and contributions towards ensuring a successful burial rites for their fallen colleague praying God to bless them abundantly.
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