ICC’S Newly Elected Chapel Chairman Set To Hold First Congress Tomorrow
By Christy Aboghe
The newly elected Chairman, Indigenous Correspondents’ Chapel (ICC), of the Nigeria Union Journalist (NUJ), Delta State Council, Comrade Kenneth Ejovwokeoghene Orusi has announced the date for the Chapel to hold her first ever Congress.
Comrade Orusi made this known through a press release issued to Journalists in Asaba, Delta State by the Chapel’s Secretary, Comrade Josephine Omodior.
He stated that the Congress, which was the first to hold upon his assumption tof office, would take place on Tuesday, March, 21st ,2023 by 11:00am at the Chapel’s Secretariat, off Nnebisi road, Asaba.
According to him, decisions leading to the growth would be topmost in the agenda of the Congress.
While inviting members to attend the inaugural meeting since his assumption as Chairman, Comrade Orusi promised to take the Chapel to an enviable height.
Comrade Orusi, who doubles as the Editor-in-Chief of The Story, had earlier won the incumbent Chairman, Comrade Andy Akpo Emephia with a 15 votes against 11 votes, during the Chapel’s election recently.