The graduands of the National Broadcast Academy 2019 Batch B Basic courses, have been advised to focus more on Entrepreneurship, rather than thinking of white collar jobs.
The Director of the Academy, Engineer Ajibola Abiola gave the advice at the closing ceremony of the Batch B programme on the Ikeja campus of the Academy.
He urged the outgoing participants to use the skills they have acquired in the nine weeks long programme to make positive impacts in the society.
Engr. Abiola who announced that the school would organize Excellence Awards in December this year, charged the graduands to be good ambassadors of the Academy.
Contributing, the Deputy Director, Academics, Mr Ayodele Aliyu praised the participants for their commitment during the training including d one organized by BBC Media Action, a branch of BBC London.
Speaking, the Registrar of the Academy, Mr Emmanuel Inegbedion told the outgoing students to be of good behaviour wherever they found themselves.
One of the guests to the occasion, an industrialist, Engr. Ndukwe Ikoh implored the graduads to use media programmes to make positive changes in the society.
Another guest, a popular Television presenter with TVC. Mr. Ayo Ozugbakun encouraged the graduands to excel beyond measure, citing his programme, Journalist Hangout as the most trending TV programme in Nigeria.
Citizen Jones Husen, who is one of the oldest practicing journalist in Nigeria, called on the graduads to discharge their duty with professionalism.
The event was witnessed by the school Bursar, Mr Lucky Obarien and other members of staff of the Academy.
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