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Friday, 20 February 2015


Lashley Oladigbolu's photo.Bowale Wole Arisekola, the publisher of Street Journal magazine has been named the Chairman of the Association of Online Media Practitioners of Nigeria (AOMPAN).

This was contained in the Press Statement released by the Association on Thursday in Abuja. Arisekola, who was the President of Nigeria Union of Journalists Europe Council (NUJEurope) until February last year when he stepped aside, started Streetjournal Magazine many years ago in Dublin in the Republic of Ireland with contents reputed for unbiased reporting and fairness in journalism with day-to-day reportage on Africans and the welfare of Nigerian in Europe.
Wole's Street Journal Magazine became an online portal about 10 years ago with focus on daily news in Politics, Education, Society, Business, Sports, Entertainment and others. It is known not only to celebrate achievers, it also lends its voice to the cries of the needy and neglected people in the society.
The Press Statement released in Abuja on Thursday and made available to NUJEurope reads as follows :
Lashley Oladigbolu's photo. ‘We are determined to help in putting a lot of sanity into news reportage. We would ensure that members of this association are not only men and women who have a flair for the media, they are actually men and women who have carved a niche for themselves in the world of journalism. Our members are men and women who are committed to bringing out the truth in their reportage. Our members are respected people in the world of media generally, not only online media. We are poised to putting a lot of sanity into online media practice. Issues such as plagiarism and writing without investigating stories would soon become a thing of the past".
The Ibadan born journalist promises to ensure that online media establishes sanity in how news is disseminated.
Very active in his pursuit of a better existence for humanity, Wole Arisekola has a forum through which he pays school fees for indigent children, assists widows with funding and puts youths in vocational training all across the country.
Wole Arisekola’s passion, commitment and determination towards making Nigeria better is quite impressive. He is always guided and inspired by the burning desire that Nigeria can definitely and would still be a better place to live in.
A congratulatory message from the Acting President of NUJ Europe, Prince Lashley Oladigbolu described the new Chairman of Association of Online Media Practitioners of Nigeria (AOMPAN) as a frontliner of investigative journalism who has been upholding and promoting postiveness among patriotic Nigerians.
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