Members of the newly inaugurated state Executive of the Nigeria Union of Journalists (NUJ) on Wednesday, 20th April, 2022 visited the Ondo State Internal Revenue Service (ODIRS) on a courtesy call where they were received by the management staffs on behalf of the Executive Chairman, Mr. Tolu Adegbie.

The NUJ State Chairman, Prince Leke Adegbite while noting that the visit is a clear indication of the respect the union has for ODIRS, said as journalists, members of the union cannot look away from the good work done by the agency in the state under the headship of Mr Tolu Adegbie.

“If someone or an agency is doing great, we should be the one to applaud them and likewise, if caught in the web of evil, we also do our best to bring such to public ridicule. We have come to encourage you to sustain great innovations initiated by Mr Tolu Adegbie to improve performance of ODIRS.

“We also commend your agency in the area of community development services being rendered by ODIRS”, he added saying just as he highlighted recent launch of some initiatives to improve revenue base of the state.

Prince Adegbite who also used the opportunity to charge the agency to render some of the messages in local languages for easy understanding further commended the management for staying above scandals.

In his response, the Chairman of ODIRS, Mr Tolu Adegbie who is on leave was represented by a Director at the agency, Mr. Olusegun Enikuomehin while congratulating the new state executives, said the roles of journalists cannot be over emphasized just as he called for continued synergy between the agency and the union.

Mr. Enikuomehin flanked by other top management staff of ODIRS, also used the opportunity to note that the agency had embarked on numerous restructuring efforts through deployment of technology, improved staff welfare, physical infrastructure among others just as he assured the union of readiness to provide supports where necessary.

 

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