Delta Guber Aspirants to Speak at NUJ DBS Warri Lectures/Awards
Three aspirants in the race to be governor of Delta State come 2023 will be speaking on burning issues relating to power rotation in the state at the Nigeria Union of Journalists, NUJ, Delta Broadcasting Service, Warri Chapel lectures and awards.
The frontline governorship aspirants who are guest speakers for the lectures and awards are Olorogun Fred Okiemute Majemite, Chief James Augoye and Comrade (Chief) Sheriff Mulade.
A statement by the Chairman, Planning Committee of the Press Week, Comrade Felix Ekwu and the Secretary, Comrade Johnson Obasedje, says the lectures and awards scheduled for Friday, December 3, 2021, beginning at 2pm at Casa De Pedro Annex Hotel Hall along Refinery Road, Effurun in Uvwie Local Government Area, Delta State, are part of activities lined up to mark the Chapel’s maiden Press Week.
The keynote paper on the theme of the Press Week: Journalism Practice In The Build-up To 2023 General Elections In Nigeria, will be delivered by renowned Warri based constitutional lawyer, Dr Akpo Mudiaga Odje.
Olorogun Majemite, who doubles as the chairman of the event will speak on “Sustainable Democratic Growth of Delta with Senatorial Power Rotation”, Chief Augoye to dwell on “Delta Beyond 2023”, while Comrade Mulade will x-ray, “Delta Governorship in 2023 on the basis of Senatorial or Ethnicity?”.
The event has Pastor Johnmark Ighosotu, Senior Pastor and General Overseer of God’s Delight Gospel Assembly a.k.a Free Indeed as the Spiritual Father of the Day.
As part of the Press Week on Wednesday, December 1, 2021, there will be a Novelty Football Match between teams of NUJ DBS Warri Chapel and NUJ Warri Correspondents Chapel at the Edjeba premises of Delta Broadcasting Service Warri football field beginning at 11am.
It will be followed by visitation by the Chapel’s leadership led by comrade Sonia Unobunjo and members to some retired members/friends of NUJ DBS Warri Chapel and also to some Orphanages.
For participation and sponsorship, interested persons and organisations should call 08037112265 or 08035554015.