The state Commissioner for Information, Malam Mohammed Garba, announced the appointment in a statement he issued to newsmen on Tuesday in Kano.
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The Public Relations Officer of the Unit, Jerry Attah, made this known on Monday in a statement in Lagos.
Mohammed Garba, the Area Controller in the zone, said while displaying the seized items before newsmen in Owerri that 16 suspects were arrested in connection with the items
This was contained in a statement signed by the state Commissioner of Information, Youths and Sports, Malam Mohammed Garba, on Tuesday
Garba was reacting to the recent invitation extended to some officials of the state government by the Independent Corrupt Practices and other related offences Commission in Abuja over a petition on the alleged N3.7 billion fraud
The Kano State Government says it is doing everything possible to ensure that its newspaper company, Triumph, is revived to…
He said the Federation was conscious of the fact that the responsibility of all journalists in Africa was to monitor governance, adding that journalists also hold governments accountable to the masses
Garba made the call while addressing newsmen in Abuja on Friday.
He said the union had observed with deep concern the negative political advertisements by the two major political parties
Garba gave the advice in Kano on Sunday while chatting with newsmen.
He said: “Politicians should be mindful of what they say and do, otherwise their unguarded utterances and actions may truncate our democracy
Garba made the appeal in Abuja during the commemoration of the International Day to end impunity against Journalists, organised by UNESCO in collaboration with UNDP, DPD project and NUJ
The NUJ President, Malam Mohammed Garba, said this on the sidelines of a condolence visit to the NUJ Secretariat by the leadership of the Labour Interactive Forum in Abuja on Tuesday
Garba, who is also the President of Federation of African Journalists, said over 30 delegates and resource persons were expected at the congress scheduled between April 25 and 26
Three journalists, Kafayat Odunsi, Adolphus Okonkwo and Tunde Oluwanike, died on August 2 while on an official trip