Bishop Ezeofor visits ABS MD, Uche Nworah


The Anglican Bishop of Aguata Diocese, Right Reverend Samuel Ezeofor, yesterday visited the headquarters of the Anambra Broadcasting Service, ABS, Awka to felicitate with them on Christmas.

Bishop Ezeofor paid a courtesy call on the Managing Director and Chief Executive Officer of the Anambra Broadcasting Service, Nze Uche Nworah.

Bishop Ezeofor was also on the visit to chat on cardinal issues of social progress, media relations, service and development, even ABS has been commended for upholding the standards of media education and enlightenment through its programme content.

Speaking on the growth of the establishment in basic areas of information management and dissemination, Bishop Ezeofor applauded the quality programmes and news content of the station, noting that the present leadership in the state government owned electronic media has upheld a pragmatic media process that mirrors unbeatable media excellence in Anambra State and beyond.

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In his response, the Managing Director and Chief Executive Officer of the ABS, Nze Nworah noted that the church remains a major stakeholder to the media and growth of the station, pointing out

that the organization stands firmly on giving voice to every group or individual irrespective of ethno-religious placements.

Also in the Bishop’s entourage was the Director, Media and Communications of the Diocese, Mr. Abuchi Nwozor, who expressed optimism that the visit would foster stronger media relations in promoting evangelism.

In a vote of thanks, the Head of the Current Affairs Department of the ABS, Dr. Emeka Arinze, said the current leadership of the station has championed the transformation of the establishment, and has elevated the organization to an enviable level of institutional excellence.

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