Edo State Commissioner for Physical Planning, Urban and Regional Development, Isoken Omo, has urged journalists to be more objective and do away with sentiments while carrying out their duties for people to get balanced information.
Hon. Isoken Omo made the plea when the chairperson of Nigeria Association of Women Journalists(NAWOJ) Edo State chapter, Comrade Adesuwa Ehimuan, led some members of the association on a courtesy visit to her office in Benin City.
She assured that the ministry would partner Edo NAWOJ in actualising some of its project. The commissioner advised women to do their best and appealed to them to remember that their names and integrity were on the line in what ever they were assigned to do.
She also warned against competition among women stressing that women should help each other to get to any position as there were lots space at the top adding that there was no need to bring anyone down.
In a remark, chairperson of the association, Comrade Adesuwa Ehimuan, congratulated the Commissioner on her appointment.
Comrade Ehimuan thereafter intimated the Commissioner on some of NAWOJ’s activities and appreciated her for her support so far.