NUJ Sokoto council congratulates Isiguzo, other elected officials
•Tasks them on members' unity
The Sokoto State Council of the Nigeria Union of Journalists (NUJ) has congratulated the newly elected national leaders of the union, tasking them to work towards re-uniting members of the union.
The council equally congratulates the newly elected zonal Vice President and Secretary in charge of zone A, Muhammad Tukur Umar and Abdurrazak Bello Kaura.
This is contained in a statement signed by the Secretary of the council, Abubakar Auwal Imam, where he charged the new leaders to lead the union to prosperity by initiating programmes that will improve the capacity, well-being and welfare of members.
The statement, however, urged the national president to reach out to his co-contender and other aggrieved members with a view of rebuilding a formidable union.
The council, however, appealed to those who could not win at the just concluded national delegates conference to take it in good faith and support the new leaders to succeed in discharging their mandates.
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