Mr Adeleye Ajayi, Chairman, Nigeria Union of Journalists (NUJ), Lagos State Council, has commended the Lagos State Government for the ongoing upgrade of Lagos Television (LTV) building in Agidingbi, Ikeja.

Ajayi made the statement during the inauguration of the newly-elected Chapel Officers of LTV, ably led by Mr.Olumide Ojo in Lagos on Friday

“We are proud of the Governor of Lagos State, Mr Babajide Sanwo-Olu for deeming it fit to give LTV a facelift.

“The upgrade of the LTV building is indeed a commendable one and we are hopeful that more of such good news would come,” the chairman said.

Ajayi described the governor as a man of the people, highly committed to the welfare of workers in the State.

The NUJ chairman further urged the new executive members of LTV Chapel to take members’ welfare seriously.

‘ I urge the exco to always rub minds and look for ways to better the lives of our members in LTV. No man can be an island.

“Hence, the chairman should work closely with his team in order to move the chapel forward, not forgetting to seek advice from past leaders of the chapel so as to have a smooth sail,” Ajayi said.

In his acceptance speech, Mr.Olumide Ojo, the newly- elected Chapel Chairman of LTV appreciated the State Council Executive members led by Ajayi for the inauguration.

Ojo who pledged to lead the chapel aright with his team, also appreciated NUJ members of LTV for giving them the opportunity to serve.

“We want to appreciate everyone of you for this opportunity and we promise no to disappoint you all.
The union is also about sacrifice and service and we can assure you all that we’ll do our best.

The swearing-in ceremony was graced by former Lagos Council leaders such as Comrade Alfred Odifa (Ex- Secretary) and Mr Samuel Dada, immediate past Financial Secretary of NUJ Lagos Council, who will be contesting as National Financial Secretary of NUJ on October 4, 2021in Umuahia, Abia State

Top management staff of LTV were also present at the swearing-in ceremony.