IDU charges Ikwo media practitioners to embark on school sensitization in the area

Ruth Oginyi

A media group, the Association of Ikwo Media Practitioners Monday paid a visit to the leadership of the Ikwo Development Union, IDU to seek a partnership that will bring development to their people in the Ikwo local government area of Ebonyi state.

Addressing the media team, the National President of IDU, Dr. Sam Nte Egwu acknowledge the role of the media in National development and charged the media workers to continue to champion the goodwill of Ikwo Noyo in the state.

He noted that the level of school enrollment in Ikwo is dwindling and urged the media workers to embark on sensitization towards reversing the ugly tide and stemming insecurity.

Dr. Egwu maintained that IDU and Ikwo Noyo Media Practitioners are already partners in the project of developing Ikwo and therefore thanked the Association for coming together with the interest of Ikwo Noyo at heart.

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Earlier in his speech the President of the association Comrd. Samuel Nwanchor who led the members on the visit x-rayed the activities of the association including organizing the Media Summit that helped in reducing election-related violence in Ikwo.

Adding that the association has continued to promote the culture of Ikwo Noyo through the Odulema Ikwo dialectical radio program among others.

He advocated for partnership with IDU to sensitize the people towards ending insecurity, drug abuse, and dwindling school enrollment in Ikwo.

Comrd. Nwanchor thanked IDU for being at the forefront of developing Ikwo and assured of the association’s support at all times.

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