See the Training as Opportunity to Upgrade

Abia state commissioner for information, John Okiyi Kalu has described as massive the Vision Africa Virtual Media Training  Institute 2021 as the training offers media workers the opportunity to learn and upgrade their skills.

Okiyi was speaking at the opening ceremony of the media training institute organised by Vision Africa and it’s partners across the globe. 

Okiyi added that Abia state government will continue to partner Vision Africa to share God’s love and noted that Vision Africa Radio was awesome in 2020 pandemic era to deliver messages of hope as well sensitize people on the right path to follow.

Speaking on this year’s Vision Africa virtual media training institute theme, “Effective communication: connecting God’s story with our listeners”, the President of Vision Africa International, Bishop Sunday Onuoha advised participants to take advantage of the training and improve their performance. 

According to Bishop Onuoha, the media institute should be an opportunity to bring hope to the indigent and peace to the fragile society, as well as a channel of reconciliation. 

One of the key speakers, Dr Chuck Pollak delivered a paper on the power of radio. Dr Pollak stated that radio is a powerful tool, therefore, people working in the broadcast industry should communicate the truth, as they set agenda, have the Biblical mandate to disseminate correctly. He identified the audience as the boss and encouraged media workers to find out what they want and give it to them consistently and ingnore their failures.

Meanwhile, the training attracted media workers from various organizations and will continue Tuesday 27th July, 2021.


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