Edo State NUJ Compendium and Anti Quackery Committee set up to checkmate the activities of impostors in the journalism profession has extended the date of chapels submission of its members credential by two weeks.
According to a statement made available to Popular News9ja by the officials of the Committee the extension is “to enable chapels resolve pending issues relating to retrieval of results amongst others.”
The statement signed by Fedinard Osakue(Chairman) and Joy Musa Aghedo(Secretary) went thus: “Sequel to the information earlier sent to chapels requesting for the submission of credentials, the above Committee has extended the exercise by two weeks beginning from June 1st 2022.
“This is to enable chapels resolve pending issues relating to retrieval of results amongst others.
“Chapel chairmen are by this extension expected to submit credentials of members on or before June 14th, 2022.”