The Nigerian Union of Journalists, Federal Radio Company of Nigeria, FRCN Headquarters Chapel has named a desk tennis court docket after Governor Samuel Ortom’s Media Aide, Terver Akase.
The motion was to honour the Chief Press Secretary to the Benue State Governor over assist for the union.
Comrade Sandra Udeike who’s the Chairman of the NUJ FRCN Headquarters Chapel, famous that the choice to call the court docket after Akase was to understand his contributions.
In accordance with her, the governor’s aide has been extra like a pillar of assist, including that Akase has been with the union by thick and skinny.
The Chairman, additional famous that Akase had been supporting the union each financially and morally.
She acknowledged that with the newly acquired facility, the union can now take part in desk tennis competitions with media organisations from the Federal Capital Territory, Abuja.
Two administration employees of the company, Salem Akindele-Rock and Kayode Oyebisi additionally counseled Mr. Akase for donating the desk tennis facility to the union and inspired different employees of the company on secondment or different assignments to emulate the CPS to Governor Ortom.
The Radio Nigeria’s Director of Finance, Mr Michael Oluwole who inaugurated the ability, additionally lauded the initiative and urged members of the union to make use of it to maintain match and put together for competitions.
Comrade Terver Akase who’s a senior employees of the Information Directorate of the FRCN is on secondment to the Benue State Authorities and is the Chief Press Secretary to the Governor.
Reacting, the governor’s aide, stated the honour was an enormous shock from the union.
In accordance with him, the honour is devoted to his principal, the Benue State Governor, Samuel Ortom.
Akase who stated Governor Ortom’s selfless fashion of management has taught him the necessity to all the time give again to society, additionally
expressed appreciation to his colleagues at Radio Nigeria for locating him worthy of the honour, saying it could spur him to do extra.