Posted by News Express | 12 May 2020 | 270 times
Frotline Nigerian broadcast-journalist, lead anchorman and publisher Sulaiman Aledeh has exited from Eko Electricity Distribution Company (EKEDC) where he was until lately Head, Media and Communications.
Aledeh confirmed the news in a letter he wrote to colleagues over the weekend, in which he, however, solicited continued support for EKEDC to enable the company to continue improving its services and the quality of lives.
Aledeh wrote: “I am writing to formally inform you all that I have resigned from my position as Head, Media and Communications of Eko Electricity Distribution Company. This is borne out of my deep resolve to have an unrestrained effect in the media space to join in our nation building.
“While conveying my deepest gratitude to the Board, Management and staff of the Disco where I have been in the last one year, as a foremost Nigerian broadcast-journalist, lead anchorman and publisher I am fulfilled as I have played my role professionally and creditably during my one year stint with the company, improving its media and customer relations greatly with your support.
“This formal announcement is as a result of the many calls I've received from some of you asking to know if the story of my resignation was true. It is true!
“I am now set for a return to the mainstream media where I have worked for two decades before serving at the Eko Disco. You will be the first to know of my next steps.
“I want to thank you all, my colleagues in the media. You all have been supportive and have been there for me always. You freely and professionally gave me great support and I can’t thank you enough. Not once was your support monetised. Gentlemen, thank you.
“May I also ask that you continue to give the same support you gave me while there to the company (EKEDC). Let’s be part of history as we join them in the quest to improving their services and the quality of lives.”
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