NAWOJ Zonal VP commends Worldview publications for outstanding performance.

NAWOJ Zonal VP with the Worldview Management Team

NAWOJ Zonal VP commends Worldview publications for outstanding performance.

By Mtindiga Daniel Mpineter

The Northeast Vice President, Nigeria Association of Women Journalists (NAWOJ) Mrs. Dorcas Philemon has commended the management of Worldview Magazine over their outstanding performance in the media market.

Mrs. Dorcas made the commendation during her recent visit to Worldview Publications office in Jalingo, Taraba State.

The aim of the visit, she revealed, was to identify and familiarize with the management of the media outfit and encourage them with regards to the good work that they are doing.

“Worldview publications is doing excellently well to the best of my knowledge, the quality of their publication, both the Newspaper and Magazine, both in content and packaging is of global standard. In their editorial policy, they balance their stories and cannot see them doing desperate and aggressive journalism.

“They are very professional. Hardly will you see them insulting of fighting people on their pages. This is good journalism and I cherish what they are doing. That is why I’m here to identify with them and encouraged them on the good job they are doing.” She stated.

Mrs. Dorcas lauded the outmost dedication and commitment of the Worldview Publications Publisher/Editor-in chief Mr. William Ayooso and his team for standing tall above the numerous challenges facing media practice and operations within Taraba state and beyond.

She advised female journalists in the state to rise above the challenges of the profession stressing that they can even perform better than their male counterparts. She equally charged the management to keep hitting the media ground to ensure growth and sustainability.

In his response, the Publisher/Editor in Chief Mr. William Ayooso thanked Mrs. Dorcas for the visit adding that as a media practitioner, she is a great source of inspiration, encouragement and role model not just to female journalists in the state but also in the Northeast sub region of Nigeria.

He pledged to implement her good advices and encouragements and equally pray God to bless and keep her strong so she can continue to set the pace for women journalists in the state and beyond.


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