Ambode Charges Editors On Ethics

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Governor Akinwunmi Ambode of Lagos State has advised all newspaper editors in Nigeria to uphold the ethics of their profession.

Ambode represented by his deputy, Oluranti Adebule at the commissioning of Editors House, situated at 24 Mojidi Street, off Toyin Street, Ikeja, Lagos said, “The practice of journalism and mass communication in this present time should be anchored on the best global journalistic ethos and must be moderated by local realities and national interest”.

According to a statement by  the spokesman for the governor, Habib Aruna, Ambode promised to appreciate the continued reportage of his activities accurately and objectively for the purpose of educating, enlightening and mobilizing support from the masses; especially as they relate to the policies and programmes in the years ahead.

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