New Chief Press Secretary To Benue Speaker Assures Assembly Press Of Welfare


The newly appointed Chief Press Secretary, CPS, to the Speaker, Benue State House of Assembly, Rt. Hon. Titus Uba has assured Journalists covering activities of the Assembly that all the challenges they were experiencing in the past will over under his leadership.

The new CPS, Mr Wuese Orshi gave this assurance Friday when he hosted Assembly Correspondents in Makurdi for a familiarization interaction. Mr Orshi who said he was not appointed only to manage the activities of the House but also to coordinate the press to continue to do what they had been doing, solicited their Cooperation to enable him discharge his duties successfully. The CPS who thanked God for his elevation promised his colleagues a cordial working relationship, assuring that all the benefits meant for them will be reach them accordingly through his harmonious working relationship with his Principal, Rt. Hon. Titus Uba. He thanked them for honoring his invitation and making valuable contributions. The CPS assured that he would convey all the requests made by the Assembly press to the Speaker.

In their separate comments, the Assembly Correspondents complained of negligence even as they were very coordinated. They were unanimous in their appeal that their members be selected to participate in Journalists’ workshops, a press room be built for them where they will be sitting to file their stories and their general welfare be taken care of.
They expressed hope that they will have it good with the coming on board of Mr Orshi who started well unlike his predecessors.

In a vote of thanks, Principal Special Assistant to the Speaker, Mr Jacob Angor commended the CPS for his wisdom to host the Assembly press in order to familiarize with them and know their plight. He said the Assembly Correspondents will support the new CPS to succeed.

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