ANJET commiserate with NCAC boss over demise of his mother

ANJET commiserate with NCAC boss over demise of his mother

The Association of Nigerian Journalists and Writers of Tourism (ANJET) have commiserated with the Director General, National Council for Arts & Culture (NCAC), Otunba Olusegun Runsewe, OON over the death of his mother, Madam Felicia Adesola Runsewe.

In the letter of condolence signed by the President, Omololu Olumuyiwa, he stated that Mama Kaduna as she is fondly called was a great person with remarkable qualities. We may have lost a rare gem, but we take solace on the legacies she left behind.

Mama was not only a successful businesswoman, but also a woman of peace and a philanthropist.  We know it is hard to get over her death, but we pray that God gives you and the entire family the fortitude to bear the irreplaceable loss.

He stated further in the letter, “Losing a loved one is hard. We as an association feel your pain and our prayers are with you and your family”

ANJET as a body is devoted to the development, promotion and marketing of global tourism through its various activities, which are not limited to journalism and editorial work but also in the area of advocacy, education and enlightenment, agenda setting as well as networking and rallying operators to the course of developing the tourism industry

 

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