Radio Good News
Monday, March 20, 2017 - 15:54
Take care of your lives in the country, Chairperson of the Union of Journalists in South Sudan or UJOSS urges reporters.
Oliver Modi Philip while closing three-day training on safety, digital security and protection of Journalists calls on media practitioners to be careful and move away from dangers, Radio Good News reports.
Come closer to where there is protection and don’t be the last at the corner, he adds.
UJOSS chairman describes journalism as a professional call as people of South Sudan rely on journalists for information.
Abraham Agoth, one of the participants, applauds UJOSS and Open Society Initiative for Eastern Africa for equipping journalists.
The three-day training that began on Thursday and concluded last Saturday brought together 27 females and males journalists across South Sudan.