Press Officers Charged on Effective Discharge of Duties

The State Commissioner of Communications, Hon. Abosede Olaitan Buraimoh, has charged Press Secretaries posted to Ministries, Departments and Agencies in the State to discharge their duties with utmost professionalism in order to achieve an effective information dissemination strategy.

Buraimoh gave the charge today during a meeting with the Press Secretaries who are staff of the Ministry of Communications.

She appreciated them for working tirelessly in achieving the goals of the Government and Ministry and also urged them to ensure they raise the flag in information dissemination without relenting in their efforts. 

Cross-section of Press Secretaries with the Kwara State Commissioner for Communications
A cross-section of Press Secretaries at the meeting.

The Commissioner disclosed that the meeting was called to get to know the challenges faced by Press Secretaries posted to various MDAs in order to ensure that they discharge their responsibilities in more friendly environments.

In his own submission, the State Director of Information Services, Mr. Ayobami Akanbi, who addressed the officers as the "foot soldiers" of the Ministry, disclosed that the meeting was part of regular interface to remind the officers of the reasons they are called Information Officers while also reiterating the fact that the Government is working hard and that it is the duty of Press Secretaries in the State to report the activities of the Government in a concise and timely manner.

Ayobami Ashaolu,
Press Secretary,
Ministry of Communications.


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