DELTA ONLINE PUBLISHERS FORUM HOLDS PUBLIC INTERACTIVE SESSION WITH STAKEHOLDERS ON ENDSARS PROTEST

The Delta Online Publishers Forum (DOPF) will on Thursday hold a public interactive session with relevant stakeholders in the state on how best to navigate the best ways forward after ENDSARS Protest.

This was contained in a statement signed by the Chairman and Secretary, Organising Committee, Chukwudi Abiandu and Joe Ogbodu.

The  interactive programme with the theme, Aftermath of #ENDSARS: The way forward.” is put together by  FRONTLINE, DOPF Corporate programme.

According to the statement, the programme  is part of it’s Corporate Social Responsibility to the state.

The event will hold at Hotel Benizia, Asaba at  11:00AM. prompt.

It will be anchored by the new Vice Chairman of Delta State Chapter of Nigeria Institute of Public Relations, Mr. Godfrey Osakwe.

Those  expected to  attendant the session are Delta State Commissioner of Police of the Delta State Police Command,  Mr. Hafiz Inuwa, the Commander, 63 Brigade, Nigerian Army, Asaba, Representative of Delta State council of Traditional Rulers, Delta State Commissioner for Information, National youth Council of Nigeria and the National Union of Road Transport Worker.

Others include, Civil Society Organisations, the DSS, Speaker, Delta state house of Assembly, Delta Youth Parliamentarians, Nigerian Bar Association, Nigeria Medical Association and Delta State Commissioner for Youth Development, among others.

A communiqué will be issued at the end of the interaction that hopefully will recommend  solution   for the restoration of peace, friendship and harmonious living in the society.

FRONTLINE is a platform of  DOPF, a body of seasoned journalists in online journalism practice, created to provide opportunity for critical segments of the society to air and their share views, create awareness for their thoughts, programmes and activities and by so doing meet the yearnings of the public who seek neutral platforms to make their views koan and contribute to state and national discourse.



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