25 September 2020 by Bilkisu Kambai
Independent National Electoral Commission has called for collaboration with Journalists in Plateau State in discharging its duties effectively.
Director Publicity and Voter Education MaryLisa Uloko stated this when she paid the Corresspondent’s Chapel of the Nigeria Union of Journalists Plateau State Chapter at the NUJ Secretariate Jos.
MaryLisa Uloko stressed the importance of the media in information dissemination which she says would go a long way in assisting the commission.
Uloko who just assumed duty in Jos said the commission has made adequate arrangements for the Plateau southern senatorial bye-election slated for the thirty first of October.
MaryLisa adviced journalists to be factual and objective in their reportage as any misleading information can send the wrong signal.
She assured them that her doors would always be open for clarifications on issues that concern the commission.
Responding, Chairman Correspondent’s chapel, Gyang Bere thanked Uloko for the visit and promised to support her to succeed by giving her the much needed cooperation.
Bere also emphasised that the chapel was ready to partner with any organization for the growth of the country.