Benue press secretary condoles media intellectuals’ union over Dooshima’s death

Late Dooshima Angih

Chief Press Secretary to the Benue state Governor Mr Terver Akase has described the publisher of Newtimes Africa, late Ms Dooshima Angih as a hard working, nice and dedicated journalist who will be missed by all those she interacted with.

Akase in a telephone condolence to the union said the deceased journalist whom he personally interacted with exhibited uncommon professional prowess in the discharge of her duties, adding that her style of reportage hinged on developmental issues which he noted contributed immensely in shaping the society positively.

The Governor’s spokesperson while condoling with media intellectuals union and the entire Benue Media community over the untimely exit of the publisher Newtimes Africa magazine stated that death was inevitable end for all mortals, stressing that when ones time is ripe nothing can be done.

Mr Akase said though the let Publisher will be missed, the legacies she left behind will continue to linger on the sands of time and prayed God to grant her souls enternal rest.

Born in 1971 to the family of Angi Datso in Ushongo Local Government area of Benue State, Late Angih was an English graduate of Ahmadu Bello University, Zaria.

A well experienced and exposed journalist, she severed variously as media consultant and Secretary to many individuals and bodies:

She worked with Sen George Akume during his senate Presidency campaign and Chief Mike Mku, among other engagements.