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Zamfara government task journalists not to destroy state with bad reports



The Zamfara State authorities has suggested newsmen within the state to be cautious of their constitutional obligation by sending unadulterated studies that might not destroy or harm the fame of the federal government and folks of the state.

The State Commissioner of Native Authorities and Group Growth, Abubakar Dambo, disclosed this mentioned journalists may harm the state and wouldn’t be doing the federal government any good.

“We are actually in a digital village and there’s no want for anyone to mess up the system despite the fact that it is rather clear that Zamfara State is a colony of banditry in the entire federation” he lamented.

The commissioner mentioned this whereas receiving members of the Correspondents Chapel chapel of the Nigerian Union of Journalists, Zamfara council who paid him a solidarity go to.


Abubakar mentioned that no significant improvement could possibly be achieved within the state with out the optimistic contribution of journalists.

“I need to name the eye of the journalists to work in response to the ethics of the occupation. Journalists in any given society are paramount and what you write good or unhealthy studies may result in both hell or heaven as we will all give account for our deeds earlier than the Almighty Allah within the hereafter” he lamented.

He enjoined journalists to shun over blowing reportage that might trigger nervousness, be biased or harm the fame of anybody for politics, saying that his ministry will stay resolute to work hand in hand with working the media the place needed for the event of the state.

Responding, the newly elected Nationwide Secretary Zone A of the Union, Comrade Abdulrazak Bello Kaura famous that they had been within the commissioner’s workplace to congratulate him over his appointment and soliciting the assist of his ministry to achieve the specified goals.

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