The Rivers State chamber of the Nigeria Union of Journalists has delayed its election.
A new date, in any case, is yet to be fixed for the activity which is relied upon to deliver new chiefs of the NUJ in Rivers state.
The practice which was required to hang on Thursday, twelfth August was moved get-togethers discussion broke out during the seventh Triennial Delegate Conference in Port Harcourt.
It took the intercession of the Rivers state magistrate of police Friday Eboka to control the contention which prompted the choice to move the activity to another date.
According to a dispatch gave by the qualification board drove by Victor Tew, the National authority of the NUJ, has coordinated that “the norm bet” before the disintegration of the ebb and flow exco drove by Stanley Job be maintained.
The proclamation said the south Zonal leader of the NUJ, Edward Ogude who broke down the exco ” was not commanded by the National President Chris Ishiguzo” and that every one of the activities taken by him during seventh Triennial Delegate Conference are ” invalid and void”.
The articulation further revealed that the accreditations panel is required to liaise with the National administration to determine all the fighting issues in the state gathering before the election.
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