Saturday, June 19, 2021

TJAA condoles with BusinessPlus on death of editor, Mrs Esther Omame

Times Journalism Alumni Association ( TJAA) has condoled with the management of BusinessPlus magazine ofver the death of its Editor and an alumni, late Mrs. Esther Omame, reports ITREALMS.
The TJAA delegation led by the chairman, Board of Trustees (BoT), Mr. Remmy Nweke in company of the Public Relations Officer, Mr. Emma Udodinma paid condolence visit to the media house to commiserate with them over the recent death of their editor, which sad event occurred last week Thursday.
Welcoming the team to BusinessPlus, the Managing Editor, Mr Nduka Uzuakpundu thanked them for identifying with the organisation at this moment of grief.
The head of the delegation and the BOT Chairman of TJAA, Mr. Remmy Nweke said they are saddened by the demise of Mrs. Omame.
 
He recalled her days as a student of Times Journalism Institute (TJI) Lagos, and described her brilliance disposition in the cause of her training as exceptional and submitted that she contributed immensely to the growth of the alumni association.

Nweke used the opportunity to convey the condolences of TJAA members and leadership to BusinessPlus Magazine family.

He also prayed to God to give them and the family of the departed, the fortitude to bear the loss, describing Mrs. Omame's death as a monumental loss, as well as for the repose of her soul and for God to have mercy on her.

The PRO, Mr. Udodinma, was quoted in his tribute as describing late Mrs. Omame as a very energetic member whose positive contribution helped in the growth of the group and will surely be missed by members.
Equally speaking in a vote of thanks, the Head of Crimes Desk, BusinessPlus Magazine, Mr Nelson George, thanked the TJAA family for the visit, but said her death is a big loss to the media house and journalism profession.

This particular visit is one in a series of condolence visits that organizations have been paying to the media house since the demise of the editor.


Uj. N. Dominic/Editor with additional reports by Emmanuel Ukpong/BusinessPlus.

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