Radio, Television, Theatre and Arts Workers Union of Nigeria (RATTAWU)
has been adjudged as an important body as far as the media is
The Director General, Ekiti State Council for Arts and Culture,
Ambassador Ojo Lanre made this pronouncement during a courtesy visit
of Ekiti State Chapter of the Body to his office in Ado-Ekiti.
Ojo Lanre, who submitted that the Body cannot be relegated to the
background at any level, maintained that Radio, Television, Theatre
and Arts Workers Union (RATTAWU), was a foremost association which
mirrors the society with expertise that are aimed at informing,
educating and entertaining the people.
He commended the Body for involving the youths in the activities that
was lined up for the year 2019 RATTAWU week, which he described as a
healthy collaboration that will enable the upcoming young ones imbibe
the core values of Ekiti.
Speaking earlier, the President of Ekiti Chapter of the Association,
Comrade Tayo Ayegbusi informed that the significance of the visit was
to intimate the Council with the forthcoming Media Week of the
Ayegbusi, who observed the meaningful development that has taken place
in the Council in the last one year, sought the collaboration and
synergy between the Body and the Council to further drive the cultural
rejuvenation agenda of the present administration.
The Media Week 2019 of the association with the theme “Celebrating
Media and Cultural Icons” has features such as Press Conference, Ekiti
all artists rally, peculiarity of Ekiti pounded yam, media world
exposition involving Secondary School students across the state, award
night, among others.
It is scheduled to hold from 1st December through 6th December, 2019.