The Commissioner for Culture Tourism and Entertainment Comrade Don Onyenji has promised to partner the Radio Television and Theatre Arts Workers union of Nigeria (RATTAWU) in order to advance the entertainment industry and create job opportunities for younger generation.
The Commissioner made the promise when the RATTAWU Culture chapter of his ministry paid him a courtesy call in his office in Awka.
Receiving a Calendar from the union, Comrade Don commended them for their dedication to duty and for producing Calendar, saying that it shows their seriousness in the union activities.
The Commissioner further noted that together they would project the culture of Ndigbo to the world thereby attracting recognition and investors into the state.
The Commissioner reminded them of the vision of Governor Soludo to making Anambra a liveable mega city noting that their job is to assist him in achieving that for the good of the state.
On his part, the National Vice President of the Radio Television and Theatre Arts Workers Union of Nigeria (RATTAWU) Emeka Kalu thanked the Commissioner for having their interest at heart and urged him to declare their chapter delegate open.
He informed the Commissioner that the embargo placed on chapter election has been lifted that is why they are conducting the chapter election.
Highlight was the declearelation of the delegate open by the Commissioner Onyenji.