COOPA CHARGES MEMBERS ON PROFESSIONALISM
The Chancellor of Conference of Online Publishers in Akwa Ibom (COOPA), Mr. Ifreke Nseowo has charged members of the group to demonstrate professionalism in their media engagements.
He gave the charge during the annual get-together of the group, yesterday, Friday – Jan 8, 2021 in Uyo.
At the gathering, Mr. Nseowo appreciated members for their unflinching loyalty, unity and commitment to the ideals of the organization.
He also lauded the Speaker of the State House of Assembly, Rt. Hon. Aniekan Bassey for his constant support for the group’s projects and activities.
Speaking on prospects for the Year 2021, the Chancellor hinted that plans were on gear for the conduct of workshops, seminars and conferences for members, including the upcoming virtual Social Media Week.
He recalled that the intellectual trip embarked upon by COOPA in February 2020 was instrumental to the strides recorded by the group the same year and encouraged members to brace up for more of such adventures.
Intimating the group of the political timing nationally and in the state, Nseowo advised the body to follow trends and activities that would shape 2023.
“We should brace up for the task ahead”, he stressed.
Lending his voice to the reality of the coronavirus pandemic, the Chancellor emphasized that COVID-19 is not fake.
“As such, we should try to observe the safety precautions as we go about our activities and encourage same in our doings”, Nseowo said.
At the meeting, the CEO, Pipminds, Mr. Emem Alban offered insight into the need for online publishers to leverage on financial news.
The forex trader and block chain expert harped on the huge benefits of having readers patronize their sites daily to make financial decisions and its accompanying positive yield on their blogs.
He promised a sustained relationship with COOPA.