NUJ National Leadership Hosts Official Visits in Abuja

The National President of the Nigeria Union of Journalists (NUJ), Comrade Dr. Chris Isiguzo, alongside Deputy President Comrade Alhassan Yahya, National Secretary Comrade Achike Chude, and National Consultant Mallam Shuaibu Usman Leman (Walinshada-lafia), welcomed several official delegations to the NUJ National Secretariat in Abuja during the week ended May 31, 2024.

The series of visits were marked by high-level discussions and engagements, aiming to strengthen collaboration and address pertinent issues within the media industry. The events were also graced by other officials of the national secretariat and prominent media executives.

Highlights of the Visits

1. Collaborative Efforts:
The leadership of NUJ underscored the importance of fostering strong relationships with various stakeholders to advance the interests of journalists and promote press freedom.

2. Strategic Discussions:
Topics of discussion included enhancing journalists’ working conditions, promoting ethical journalism, and addressing challenges faced by media practitioners in Nigeria.

3. Photographic Memories:
The visits were well-documented, capturing moments of camaraderie and cooperation among the attendees.

Leadership Commitment

Comrade Dr. Chris Isiguzo emphasized the union’s commitment to continually engaging with diverse groups to ensure the welfare of journalists and uphold the standards of the profession.

Tita Onyebuchi, Nze, the Assistant National Secretary, expressed satisfaction with the outcomes of the visits, highlighting the collaborative spirit and forward-looking discussions that took place.

“These engagements are crucial for the continuous improvement of the journalism profession in Nigeria. We are committed to building on these relationships to achieve our collective goals,” said Nze.


Enjoy a visual recap of the week’s activities, capturing the essence of the official visits and the vibrant interactions at the NUJ National Secretariat.


The NUJ remains dedicated to promoting the welfare of journalists and ensuring a robust and ethical media landscape in Nigeria.

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