By Ononye VC
A study team of the Department of Mass Communications,Chukwuemeka Odumegwu Ojukwu University (COOU) Igbariam,Anambra State during the week paid a study tour of the Onitsha Archdiocesan official Newspaper,the Trinitas Newspaper located at the Legion House,Basilica of the Most Holy Trinity, Onitsha.
The students led by a Senior Lecturer in the department, Dr Nnaemeka Frank were received at the Press complex by the News Editor Sir Victor Ononye and the Production Editor,Nna Anulummadu.
In a remark,Dr Nnaemeka Frank said he was impressed on the state of modern gadgets installed at the press complex and dexterity of the workers at the various operational sections.
According to him,Trinitas has remained one of the oldest and influential community newspapers East of the Niger and has made many meaningful and positive impacts for progress and development of the society.
He commended Archbishop Valerian Okeke for his commitment in the welfare of his flock through many positive initiatives.He also commended him for assisting and sustaining the Trinitas Newspaper which according to him,is a mirror through which many are inforned, educated and entertained about anything happening inside and outside the church.
Standing in for the Managing Editor,Rev Fr Vincent Chukwuka, the News Editor,Sir Victor Ononye thanked the visitors for their visit and interest in the Trinitas Newspaper. He urged the students to develop keen interest and passion in in their chosen field of study if they must succeed.
Contributing,the Production Editor Mr Nna Anulummadu tasked the students to be dedicated and take their studies seriously.He commended Dr Nnaemeka Frank for visiting with the students and also gave the students some tips on various research process in Mass Communications.
The visitors were taken to other places of interest within the Basilica like the AVOMA Music Academy Complex,the Diocesan Cemetry and the Basilica Church complex.
The students are,Okonkwo Chiadikobi,Nwobi Uchenna,Okafor Adaora and Kassam Maths Stephen.