You’ll do your job without hindrances – Gov Makinde’s press secretary assures journalists

Mr Sulaimon Olanrewaju, the Chief Press Secretary to Oyo State governor, Seyi Makinde, has declared that journalists in the state will be given the necessary recognition to do their job without hindrances in the state.

Olanrewaju made this disclosure on Thursday during his visit to the Correspondents’ Chapel of the Nigeria Union of Journalists (NUJ), Oyo State Council, in Ibadan.

xandertech recalls that Olanrewaju, a former group business editor of Nigerian Tribune newspapers, was appointed Chief Press Secretary by Gov Makinde on Monday.

He noted that his appointment as CPS would encourage and prioritise the welfare of the members of the chapel and other journalists in the state.

Olanrewaju noted that, as a unionist, he will always defend the interests of journalists in the state.

He enjoined journalists to support the present government in the state in its bid to achieve its aims.

“I have served as chapel chairman and a member of the state council of NUJ. I know the importance of the correspondents’ chapel.

“I am a unionist like you. I am representing you in government, and I am representing the government in your midst,” he stated.

In his welcome address, the chairman of the chapel, Adebayo Raji, noted that the visit of the CPS is a sign of good things to come.

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