Officials said the Facebook post was an “embarrassment” to the Imo State government.
The suspended journalist, Vivian Ottih, is a lawyer and a senior editor with the government-owned IBC Orient FM radio station.
She is the chairperson of the Nigeria Association of Women Journalists (NAWOJ), in Imo State.
Mrs Ottih, on May 4, posted a message on Facebook, appealing to Governor Hope Uzodinma’s media aide, Modestus Nwamkpa, to make a case to the governor on behalf of the workers in the government-owned radio and television stations who were yet to get their February, March, and April salaries.
Mrs Ottih described Mr Uzodinma as a “humble” and “performing” governor, and said the governor may not have been aware of the travails of the workers.
She said in the post that she was personally hard-hit by the situation because she just had a baby weeks earlier.
– Premium Times
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