The General overseer and Founder of Victory Life Bible Church (VLBC), Rev Lawrence Achudume has affirmed that Penpushing has become School of Journalism for him, which he said gives him the opportunity of being well informed about happenings across the globe.
Penpushing reports that, the clergyman made this known when the Editorial Board of the online Newspapers paid him a courtesy call, explaining that as a member of the platform, he had and has continued to learn the rudiments of journalism through the platform.
‘Penpushing has come to stay; I wake up every morning to read about happenings in the world through Penpushing. I have taken Penpushing as my school of journalism. One thing that is clear is that, Penpushing is authentic, and it has added value to journalism’, Achudume emphasized.
The Cleric pointed out that, the robust discussion on the Penpushing platform was another unique feature, which attracts traffic of participants, adding that, the platform for having who is who in the society, as members is an indication of confidence and trust.
His words, ’robust discussions on the Penpushing platform is unique. I monitored the elections through the platform. It is my pleasure to be part of Penpushing. It has become a household name globally. I can attest to the fact that, Penpushing is doing a great job.
Penpushing further reports that, Achudume also commended the management for the regular annual lecture, which he described as valuable, and equally encouraged the editorial board, to consider need for more investigative journalism, adding that, this will also boost the image of the organization
The Chairman, Editorial Board, Funke Fadugba earlier in her speech appreciated the host, for been a major stakeholder on the platform, and acknowledged his genuine support, which she said had remained propelling factor to the platform growth.
Penpushing also reports that, Fadugba gave insight into the forthcoming 3rd anniversary lecture, which is to focus its theme on corruption, and scheduled to hold in July, adding that participants will be attending the programme from within and outside the country.
Meanwhile, members of the team include; Dimeji Kayode-Adedeji, Eddy Aina(former Director, National Broadcasting Commission),Dr Goke Rauf(Director School of Communications,Moshood Abiola Polytechnic,Abeokuta, and Deaconess Olufunke Fadugba(former Chaairman,Nigeria Union of Journalists,Lagos State<