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NUJ Abuja Council Chairman, Secretary and media friends open SoulMedia Communications new edifice in Abuja

The official opening ceremony of the new Soulmedia building was held on Tuesday, Oct.1, 2013. Present at the event were dignitaries and eminent Nigerians as well as the Chairman NUJ, FCT Mr. Chuks Ehirim and also the Council Secretary, Mr Emma Ogbeche. 

The MD of the Soulmedia Communications Ltd, Mr. Sunny Onovo Davids was full of thanks at the participants and reassured that the company would empower citizens and also provide employment. 

The Office complex located at FHA, Lugbe Abuja, 10 mins from the Nnamdi Azikiwe International Airport becomes the new home of the unique Market Speech magazine, African Strides Magazine, production of Development Platform on TV and other new media products.

Jenny Chisom was there to bring you pictures from the event.

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