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Rededicate yourselves to work ethics, Adetula charges OPL staff

As the world gasps in palpable fear over the virulence of the dreaded COVID-19 pandemic, a veteran journalist, Sir Ademola Adetula has enjoined the staff of Owena Press limited to have implicit faith in God.
Adetula, Chairman/Editor-in-Chief of Owena Press limited, publisher of The Hope gave the charge during a prayer held by the company to herald the New Year.
He appealed to the staff to rededicate themselves to a new work ethics and culture to lift the company to new heights.
He warned that the company would no longer harbour indolent or inefficient workers, but only those who will make the company’s main product, The Hope the first choice on the newsstands.
Adetula described The Hope as a strong community brand which can compete favourably with others in the country both in content and design, asking the staff to defend it emotionally and always
On staff welfare, Adetula promised that he will not relent in ensuring that what rightly belongs to them is given and that he will offer right leadership.
Earlier in his sermon, Mr Akindele Adubuola charged the staff not to focus on their challenges as they move on in the year 2021.
Adubuola who is the Editor of The Hope Newspaper enjoined the workers to do more in all ramifications, obey God as well as not joining multitudes to do evil this year.

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