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The African Union of Broadcasting’s General Assembly Meeting kicked-off on June 2, 2022 in Dakar

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The African Union of Broadcasting’s (www.uar-AUB.org) thirteenth Common Meeting opened this morning in Dakar, Senegal. This 12 months’s version is themed: “The position of the Media in Disasters Danger Administration.” Mr Demba FAYE, Consultant of Senegal’s Minister of Tradition and Communication addressed congratulations to the AUB Administration for the standard of subjects to be mentioned in the course of the GA.

“At this time you raised the controversy on disasters Administration. You do nicely to say it as a result of we’re going by means of arduous occasions. The position of the media is key in elevating consciousness and stopping all sorts of disasters. The Mass is anticipating you to present correct and verified info”, he mentioned. Mr Raymond TSHEKO, the AUB’s President of the Govt Council began to start with by expressing gratitude to the Union which he joinded 12 months in the past. He later inspired Members to get entangled within the actions and to satisfy their obligations vis-à-vis the Union by means of monetary contributions.

Mr Grégoire NDJAKA, the AUB’s CEO thanked members for time saved for this essential Gathering. On a cheerful notice, he offered the Union’s upcoming tasks, notably the inauguration of the AUB’s Middle of Content material Trade in Algiers and the development venture of the Union’s Headquaters in Diamniadio, Senegal.

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