Elder Albert, who visited The Sensor office in Uyo yesterday, could not hide his admiration for the media house as he informed the hosts that his stopover was one of the familiarization visits embarked by the Office of the NUJ Chairman Akwa Ibom State Council to active media establishments available in the state.
“The office of the Chairman has decided to undertake visit to active media establishments in the state to share in your experience in order to know how you are faring and to share some ideas with you about this profession that we found ourselves and given ourselves”
“Let me commend The Sensor for being very consistent and regular on the news-stand. It is not easy even at the time some organizations are having fluctuated fortunes, somehow you manage to be on news-stand.
“We have not been seeing you being permanently at the right or the left. But you try as much as possible to be balanced, and I commend you for this,” said the NUJ Chairman.
Elder Patrick Albert, who described those in journalism profession as the microphones and loud speakers of the society, tasked the journalists to move freely as this would help make their reports strong and cogent. He maintained that journalists are valuable members of the society and are at advantageous position in guiding the government and people.
In his remark, Mr. Henry Nkom, the Managing Editor/Editor Daily of The Sensor Newspapers expressed pleasant surprise and delight at the Chairman’s visit. He told The Chairman that The Sensor is always at its best in maintaining the tenets of fairness, balance and truth in its reportage.