Abia Breaking News formally opens corporate office, commences online radio/TV broadcast.
Abia Breaking News, a renowned online media outfit has formally opened it’s corporate office and has commenced online radio and television broadcast.
The formal opening of the office, located at 60 Azikiwe road by BCA road, Umuahia, witnessed a cream of personalities in the state in attendance, including the State Commissioner for Information, Chief John Okiyi Kalu, who was represented by an aide to Governor Okezie Ikpeazu, Mr. Ikechukwu Iroha and Umuahia South local government chairman, Hon. Obioma Ogbulafor.
Other guests who were the Director General, Dr. Uche Ogah Campaign Organization, Barr. K.C Ugboaja, Dr. Chidia Maduekwe, DG, Nigerian Film Corporation, National President, Online Media Practitioners Association of Nigeria OMPAN, and editor in chief, Igbere TV, Mr. Eme James, the state chairman, OMPAN, and editor in chief, Abia Pulse, Mr. Ugochukwu Nwankwo, who led other members to the occasion.
Also in attendance were the members of Good Fellas Association, a social Umuahia based group, led by the president, Mr. Iyke Onoka.
Those who spoke at the occasion, including the State Commissioner for Information, Chief Kalu, Umuahia South local government chairman, Hon. Ogbulafor commended Abia Breaking News for it’s balanced and objective reportage as well as commencement of ABN online radio and TV.
He thanked the Director Abia Breaking News for the giant initiative and expressed readiness to show support in making the online news platform a global standard.
The official opening of of the corporate office was performed by the Minister in charge of Presbyterian Church, Nigeria, Solid Rock Parish, Umuahia, Rev. Ogbonnaya Kalu, who prayed for the growth and expansion of the firm.
The staffing team of Abia Breaking News expressed commitment and zeal to do their best at all times to ensure dreams and aspirations of the founder.
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