RATTAWU seeks partnership with Pilgrims board, commends Executive Secretary

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By Muhammad Salisu




The Plateau State chapter of Radio, Television and Theater Arts Workers Union, RATTAWU, has pledged to partner with the State Muslim Pilgrims Welfare Board, for proper dissemination of information.


The Union also commended the board leadership over its reform policies anchored on anti-corruption and quality service delivery.


The RATTAWU chairman Dolnaan Emmanuel, made the statements, on Thursday, while on a courtesy call to the office of the Executive Secretary of the board, Barr. Auwal Abdullahi.


He said: “We are here before you to seek for partnership with the board, as media, arts and cultural professionals.”


Mr. Emmanuel said they envy performing leaders, who lead by examples, adding that the board under ES Abdullahi, has witnessed rapid development within a short time.


“You stand out among your equals, it is worth to commend your anti-corruption efforts, we learnt that you returned N86 million unspent funds to the Government, workers estacodes are duly given,” he said.


Mr. Emmanuel said they are also seeking for the mentorship of the Executive Secretary.


The Executive Secretary Barr. Auwal Abdullahi, said the media as an image-maker, is an important arm capable of making or marring individuals, groups or organisation.


He said charged RATTAWU, to stick to the norms and ethical values of the profession, tasking them to always tells the truth.


“The power of the pen supersedes the power of the sword, and I want to urge that you don’t compromise your profession,” he said.


The ES said his office is willing to continue partnering with the media in all ramifications.


“We have an open-door policy and we are media-friendly,” he stressed.


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