NJAC remembers 'persistent' advocate Dr Morgan Job
The National Joint Action Committee (NJAC) has remembered former parliamentarian Dr. Morgan Job as an individual who took a firm position for national unity, in recognition of its critical role in national development.
Job passed away last Sunday after a battle with pancreatic cancer.
Offering its condolences on Dr Job’s passing, NJAC recognised his long and consistent service to the nation in politics, government and academia.
“Dr. Job was always willing and very persistent in his promotion of a national dialogue for a greater appreciation of the national experience for nationwide development and progress.”
He was described as a strong advocate of self-reliance and praised for his dedication in the pursuit of true independence.
“Never daunted by the controversies he often created, he was always prepared to apply thought and intellect to the issues of the day in his undying quest to promote new pathways and mechanisms for solution to the challenges and problems we continue to face,” NJAC concluded.
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