NAWOJNational Association of Women Journalists
NAWOJNigerian Association of Women Journalists
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In a statement issued in Abuja on Thursday and signed by the National President Mrs Ifeyinwa Omowole, NAWOJ tasked state governors to even surpass the milestone of the Lagos Governor.
Ismail Akindele, former NAWOJ Chairperson in the state, Mrs.
The latest marking which held opposite the main gate of the University College Hospital (UCH), Ibadan was observed by top officials of the hospital, NAWOJ, GOP, Federal Road Safety Corps (FRSC), National Orientation Agency (NOA) among others.
Oyo NAWOJ Chairperson, Comrade Jadesola Ajibola, in her opening speech said the issue of insecurity is a source of concern to everyone, noting that no woman can afford to lose her husband or any of her children to terrorists.
The NAWOJ Chairperson, Mrs Adeola Ekine, said that research had shown that breastfeeding provides first immunisation through colostrum, especially in the first six months.
The NAWOJ led by its Chairperson, Mrs Doris Olumoko, visited the white garment church the parents of the late Testimony attend and discovered that the young girl had been going through series of torture before she died last Wednesday.
Oladapo, a former NAWOJ President, also commended the association's executives for organising the event.
The NAWOJ members undertook a walk on Thursday in Ibadan, the Oyo State capital, to call for an end to kidnap in the zone.
Jadesola Ajibola, the NAWOJ Chairperson, stressed that collaborative efforts among citizens, INEC, the media, CSOs, religious organisations, helped to make the polls a success, and urged politicians to keep the promises made to improve the lives of the citizens.
The Oyo State NAWOJ Chairperson, Comrade Jadesola Ajibola who led other executive members to the commissions Agodi office said the award is to commend and encourage the commission on its efforts at achieving a successful election, adding that, 'we were here about three weeks before the election and made some demands.
Toun Okewale Sonaiya, MD of Women Radio 91.7 stated this during an advocacy visit to NAWOJ, Lagos State Chapter.
Agboke called on women journalists to enthrone professionalism in the discharge of their duties while addressing delegates of the National Association of Women Journalists (NAWOJ), Oyo State chapter when they paid him a courtesy call at the commission's Secretariat in Ibadan.