The spokesperson of the police in Ogun State, Muyiwa Adejobi, has been honoured with the Most Friendly Media Award 2014 by the Nigeria Union of Journalists, NUJ, Ogun State Council.
The award was given as part of events lined up for the 2014 Press Week of the Council held between November 16 and 22.
While speaking during the award presentation on Saturday, the NUJ Chairman in Ogun, Wole Sokunbi, described Mr. Adejobi as a friend of the council in all ramifications.
He said the award was issued to encourage other public relations practitioners, particularly spokespersons of security agencies, to emulate Mr. Adejobi. He also reiterated the council’s support to the police command in Ogun towards a more secure state and the forthcoming general elections.
In his reaction, Mr. Adejobi, who is also set to be honoured on November 25 in the UAE by the Security Watch Africa, expressed appreciation to the NUJ. He promised not to derail in ensuring a cordial relationship between the police and Ogun communities.
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