OMPAN Chairman: “We’ll Keep Reporting Government Activities Objectively.”

by Amos Kalu

…explains Why Union Visited Government Projects

The chairman of the Online Media Practitioners Association of Nigeria (OMPAN) in Abia State, Chief Promise Uzoma Okoro, has assured that the organization will report on state government activities impartially.

He emphasized that OMPAN will hold the government accountable for its policies, and choices and will not be influenced by any administration or opposition politicians.

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Dr Alex Otti – Abia State Governor

During an interactive session at the Umuahia North local government area Multi-Purpose hall, Chief Uzoma stated that OMPAN’s recent two-day tour of Governor Alex Otti’s projects aimed to visit completed and ongoing project sites, verify the projects, and inform the public about the government’s promises. He called on the Governor to ensure that contractors expedite work and adhere to project specifications.

Chief Uzoma demanded transparency in state government operations and expressed gratitude to Governor Otti for acknowledging and supporting OMPAN. He emphasized that the union will continue to act as a watchdog and will support or criticize the government as necessary.

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Chief Promise Uzoma Okoro

Abia State Governor Dr. Alex Otti expressed excitement about OMPAN members touring the state government’s projects and emphasized that road infrastructure, health, education, waste management, and security will continue to receive priority during his administration.

He urged OMPAN members to hold the government accountable and recognized the media’s crucial role in the country’s development.

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