The Radio Kano chapel of the Nigeria Union of Journalist (NUJ) has said it would work continuously to ensure the enforcement of the rights of working journalists attached to Kano Radio Corporation.
The newly elected chairman of the chapel, Nura Bala Ajingi noted that the welfare of working journalists and their retraining is essential to the healthy growth of Kano society.
Ajingi, who spoke during the inauguration of the newly elected EXCO of the chapel held Friday afternoon at Bello Dandago House, pledged that the new leadership would strive to build on the achievements that were recorded by their predecessors, while promising to insert new innovations that would pursue and enshrine the interest of member.
In his words, “the new leadership will embrace everybody, we urge members to join us in finding solution to our challenges. We will work together as a team for the development of our great chapel.
He applaud hundreds of thousands of listeners who tune in to Radio Kano daily, emphasizing that the fraternal relationship has kept the radio station and the noble profession of journalism alive in the state.