SNJC: New EXCO Promises to Coach with Same Vision

Nji Ignatius, President SNJC/CJTU NWR

Nji Ignatius reporter with Eden Newspaper in the Northwest region has taken up the command batton in the SNJC's Northwest office. He has promised to lead uphoaling SNJC's vision, to protect and fight for the Interest of its members, especially during times of the ongoing armed conflict in the NorthWest Region.

Members of CJTU,NW

CJTU Northwest region met for a main item on the agenda, Elections which took place on February 10th 2021, at Hill top Hotel, Bamenda. Members of the Union, being Journalists from different platforms of the Northwest Media Landscape voted a new EXCO whom they believe will protect them from dangers and threats as they go about in the discharge of their functions.

Members in their Press Vest (Provided by Union)

As reporters practicing in the Northwest region, being under an umbrella association or Union gives them cover and a sense of belonging. Reason why CJTU members answered present to take part in Elections and putting in place a new EXCO.

The New EXCO; The President - Nji Ignatius, Vice for Relations - Bakah Derick, Vice for Gender - Bih Sylvia.
Secretary - Odette Nchanji, Secetary for solidarity - Pierre Anounfack, Secetary for alerts and Communication- Ruth Che Wachong, Secetary for Litigation and judicial affairs - Njodzefe Nestor, Secetary for training - Obah Rose, Secretary for mobilisation - Jato Richard, Tresurer - Ambe Macmillian and Auditor - Choves loh.

The transition in Office between the Outgone and Incoming President

The transition in Office from Bakah Derick to Nji Ignatius as New President for CJTU was welcomed by members, who find that their new leader will lead in objectivity and will continue with the vision of the Union, which at all times protects the interest of Journalists.

The National Executive Bureau congratulated SNJC/CJTU Chapter for holding the Elective General Assembly successfully. The outgoing Bureau was applauded for the quality of the organisation and the respect of the regulatory texts of the union.

The National Executive Bureau (NEB) of the SNJC particularly thanked the outgoing President Bakah Derick and his executive for all the efforts made to keep alight the flame of the SNJC and trade unionism in this region in crisis.

"To the newly elected officials and mainly to President Nji Ignatius, the NEB salutes the courage and commitment made to take the SNJC even higher in the North-West. The New elected executive will be installed shortly so that the SNJC may live forever in this region and in Cameroon", National Secretary in Charge of Communication Charles NGAH NFORGANG.

The NEB did not forget appreciating the commitment made by the other sections to organise their respective GAs as quickly as possible and invites them to follow the example of their comrades in the North-West.

By Ndefru Melanie


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