By; DAHIRU SULEIMAN, Dutse
The immediate past National Vice Chairman North East of the Nigeria Union of Journalists (NUJ), Hajia Aisha Ibrahim an aspirant for the position of the National President of National Association of Women Journalists (NAWOJ) come November 10 at the union’s National Delegates Conference and Elections in Minna, has vowed to reposition the union if given the mandate.
Ibrahim who hails from Biu LGA in Borno State, was also the immediate National Secretary of NAWOJ was on campaign tour to Jigawa State where she unveiled plans to run a transparent and open door policy, restoration of public confidence, carrying members along, safeguarding the interests of NAWOJ members among other cardinal objectives.
The aspiring national officer of the NAWOJ stated her conviction to be in the race, an aspiration which according to her, was informed by her teeming supporters.
“Based on my twenty years experience in NAWOJ politics in holding different positions ranging from secretaryship up to Zonal, and national positions, I think I have the capacity, and wisdom to transform our union with my crop of experience based on past records of achievement’s in NAWOJ administration.”
She pledged for a befitting secretariat, good governance, improvement of governance, and public rapport, enhancement of members welfare, and training, carrying members along on scheme of thing’s, among other good tidings, assuring delegate members to this year’s NAWOJ National Delegate Conference of not regretting voting for her.