Nigerian Women Magazine recognizes former Niger CPS, Noel-Berje


Nigerian Women Magazine recognizes former Niger CPS, Noel-Berje

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…Describes her as epitome of hardwork

The Chief Press Secretary to the former Governor of Niger State, Mrs. Mary Noel-Berje has been described as an epitome of hardwork spiced with integrity.

The Publisher of the Nigerian Women International Magazine, represented by the Editor-in-Chief of the Magazine, Ojeabulu Onons Justice also presented an award of public service to her in Minna.

He explained that the award was in recognition of her unalloyed dedication and outstanding contributions to the development of Niger State and journalism.

According to him, “her high level of professionalism and getting things done timely, without compromising quality, speaks volume of her”.

“She is an outstanding genius marked by distinction, superiority, excellence and intelligence”, he added.

Responding, Mrs. Noel-Berje thanked the publisher for the award saying that it means a lot to her.

“I want to sincerely appreciate you, having monitored some of my works and find me worthy of the award”, she said.

Also, the Spokeswoman received a copy of a book written by Jamess Olorundare; a political commentator, social critic and contributor as well as youth ambassador.

The book, dedicated to Nigerian youth, was written to create awareness on how youth can shape the political history of the country now and in the future.

She applauded the writter for his efforts and encouraged him to sustain it as it will help in promoting good leadership in the country.