ABS appeals to Obosi Central and Ozalla landlords for partnership --set to graduate 35 students from Academy

www.odogwublog.com reports that the Managing Director and Chief Executive of Anambra State Broadcasting Service (ABS) Awka, Nze Uche Nworah weekend led members of his management and staff on familiarization tour of host communities of the station, appealing for continued patronage and partnership. 
Nze Nworah who led a team of Heads of Units, ABS Onitsha on a visit to the Ozalla and Awada Obosi Central Landlords Association Headquarters said the visit was to partner with them in their various businesses as well as maintaining a good relationship that will stand the test of time.

The MD who was represented by the Head of Station ABS Onitsha, Mrs Chinwe Chuka- Obumse, encouraged them to always patronize ABS in terms of advertising their activities in the establishment while promising them full coverage of their engagements.

The Management used the occasion to solicit their assistance for the up keep of the station in order to keep ABS afloat.
In his remarks, the Head of Commercial Department Mr. Val Oguejiofor who thanked members of the Association for the warm reception accorded them, pleaded with them to always patronize ABS by buying airtimes and featuring in their programmes.
Adding her voice, the Assistant Chief Editor News Department of the station, Mrs Miriam Chukwuma thanked them for the harmonious relationship and promised them effective coverage of their various activities for the ABS News.

In their separate responses, the two Presidents General of both Ozalla and Awada, Chiefs Emeka Eseotu and Paul Chinedu thanked the ABS team for the visit, and promised to partner with the establishment for optimal performance while pleading with the Management for sustained cordial relationship.
Mr. Ignatius Ezekwesili, Head of Engineering department and Mr. Goddy Unigwe, Head of Camera Unit were among the team that visited the Associations.

Meanwhile, the ABS Film Academy, the learning academy of Anambra Broadcasting Service (ABS) will graduate its first set of students before the end of July 2018.


A statement from the Rector of the academy, and the MD/CEO of Anambra Broadcasting Service (ABS), Nze Uche Nworah said the ceremony will take place at the academy building, within the ABS premises, near Aroma junction, along Enugu/Onitsha expressway, Awka.


According to Nworah, "We are delighted to be graduating the pioneer students of the ABS Film Academy 3- months certificate course in film making and broadcast journalism. The 35 students have put in their best during their stay at the academy and we are proud of what they have been able to accomplish".


"With this, our goal of bridging the knowledge and practical skills gap for aspiring filmmakers and broadcast journalists in South East Nigeria is gradually being met. Already, we have started enrolling students for the August 2018 intake and we call on young people living in Anambra state and surrounding states to take advantage of the opportunity".


Expected at the ceremony are creative economy giants such as Chief Pete Edochie (MON), Bob-Manuel Udokwu and others. Mr C.Don Adinuba, the Commissioner for Information and Public Enlightenment in Anambra state, Mr Bonaventure Enemali, the Commissioner for Youth Entrepreneurship and Creative Economy and several other government officials are also expected.
ABS appeals to Obosi Central and Ozalla landlords for partnership --set to graduate 35 students from Academy ABS appeals to Obosi Central and Ozalla landlords for partnership  --set to graduate 35 students from Academy Reviewed by Odogwu Emeka Odogwu on Monday, July 16, 2018 Rating: 5

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