NAWOJ Adamawa Congratulates Ladi Bala on New Appointment

NAWOJ Adamawa Congratulates Ladi Bala on New Appointment

The Nigeria Association of Women Journalists, NAWOJ Adamawa State chapter has felicitated with the immediate past President of the association, Ladi Bala on her appointment as the Nzubyalata Hama Batta (Spokesperson to the Hama Batta).

 The group in a statement co-signed by the Chairperson Rose Anthony Elishama and Secretary Gloria Abutu noted that the appointment of Ladi Bala as the first woman to hold the esteemed chieftaincy title of Nzubyalata Batta is not far from the fact that she is a distinguished female journalist renowned for her unwavering dedication to journalistic excellence.

“The title, traditionally reserved for individuals of exceptional eloquence and communication prowess is a testament to Bala’s outstanding contributions to journalism in Nigeria.

Bala’s appointment as Spokesperson to the Hama Batta reflects not only her personal achievements but also symbolizes a broader recognition of the vital role that women play in shaping narratives and influencing public discourse.

Her trailblazing efforts during her tenure as National President of the association serve as an inspiration to aspiring journalists, particularly women.”

“NAWOJ Adamawa takes pride in acknowledging Bala’s accomplishments and believes that her new role as Spokesperson of the Batta Kingdom will further amplify her voice and contribute to positive change within the community. “

NAWOJ while congratulating, wished her a successful tenure in good health, “and look forward to witnessing the continued impact of Bala’s work as she carries the mantle of this esteemed chieftaincy title.”

The association also commended the Hama Batta, HRM Humon Alhamdu Gladstone Teneke for finding Ladi Bala worthy of the title and prayed God for wisdom to continue to oversee the affairs of the Kingdom.

NAWOJ Adamawa wished the Nzubyalata Hama Batta God’s guidance to enable her discharge her responsibilities effectively for the growth and development of the Kingdom and Adamawa state at large.

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