The Voice Newspaper Tasks Interns on Commitment to work


By Njoku kelechukwu Joel


Interns in a group photograph with the Publisher, Mrs.Chinwe Imo-Eze Onwosi and Mrs Brenda Chidinma Imo-Eze



The Voice newspaper has urged its’ intern to be committed to work. The publisher, Mrs. Chinwe Imo-Eze Onwosi made this known on Tuesday, January 11,2022 during oreintation ceremony organised by the company to welcome the students.


The Publisher revealed that the establishment has trained journalists who pratice in top media organisations. she maintained that THE VOICE remains one of the best media establishment were media practitioners are groomed.
She noted that it is imperative for the intern to distinguish themselves in their choosen field,by ensuring they put in their best in every assignment.


Group photograph of some the interns

She charged the students to be creative and come up with ideas that would build them and consequently impact in the growth of the company in the media industry.


Mrs. Chinwe, described the interns as excellent minds that represent their institution, she assured them of the establishment’ support in training and coaching them to be better journalists.

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Stating “you have to dress the way you want to be addressed. As a journalist , you dress smart and have good command of English language. Start listening to news , read to broaden your knowledge on various issues.” She stated.
Earlier, the Editor Mrs. Brenda Chidinma Imo-Eze spoke on the topic “Making your stay count”,she stressed on the need for all the students to set specific goals for themselves to achieve the maximum success.


She advised the students to be knowledgeable in all fields, as it will be a great asset to them in the profession.


Mrs. Brenda expressed the company’s commitment to creating the right environment for the intern’s career growth and development.
“This establishment creates an enabling environment for you to excel even after your academic pursuit.


“The training you receive here sets a pace for you to be independent in future and not to be dependent on white collar jobs.” She stated.


Speaking on behalf of the students , Njoku Kenechukwu Joel, appreciated the company for accepting the students. He promised total commitment, dedication towards work amidst any challenges.


Students present during the orentation  include Njoku kelechukwu Joel, Ibiam Confidence, Ukah Chinwendu ,Ogochukwu Edeh, Fidelis Ekebe, Anthony Oluchukwu J, Uhuo Ogechi among others.


Highlight of the event include interactive section, light refreshments, group photograph

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