The Photojournalists Association of Nigeria (PJAN) Lagos Chapter, on Monday at Lagos State Council for Arts and Culture Hall, Alausa, Ikeja held its free quarterly training for its members on areas of Photo-Marketing, Online Branding and Video Editing.
The training facilitators, Mr. Sunday Adedeji, a renowned photojournalist, artist and social media expert and Patrick Okereke, a social media guru painstakingly exhibited their knowledge to the delight of participants who attended the training.
Chairman, Photojournalists Association of Nigeria (PJAN), Lagos Chapter, Otunba Kola Olasupo commended the efforts of the facilitators, saying they really showed their God given ingenuity.
Olasupo while thanking the participants, for showing interest in the training, which turned out to be a highly educative, informative and an eye opener in their chosen profession, Olasupo charged them that the knowledged gained would no doubt be abundantly beneficial to the daily lives as professional photojournalists now and in the nearest future.
A participant at the training program, Comrade Leke Adebanjo while sharing his experience said, “the training has really been an eye opener to him because, it could now afford him numerous opportunities to do a lot on social media, he therefore look forward to more of the training in future”.
Adebanjo showered praises on the training organisers, saying they deserve a pat on the back. ”They must not rest on their oars, because the training was beneficial to all and sundry”.
The training, which was first since Kola Olasupo took mantle of leadership of the association and first after Covid-19 stormed the world by surprise.
L-R: Managing Editor, enoughnews9ja.com, Samuel Adetimehin; Chief Photographer/Internal Auditor, NUJ, Lagos State Council, Isaac Jimoh Ayodele; Chairman, Photojournalists Association of Nigeria, Otunba Kola Olasupo; Head, IT and Event Committee, PJAN, DJ OscarP and Senior Photo Editor, Tell Magazine, Sunday Adedeji, during the 1 Day Social Media Branding/Marketing &Video Editing in Lagos…on Monday