Sundiata Post Media Unveils an Online Newspaper

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Emeka Mbah, DG, NBC

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SUNDIATA Post, an online newspaper will be formally unveiled in Abuja on Tuesday, July 7. A statement issued by Max Amuche, publisher and chief executive officer of Sundiata Post Media Ltd. The will hold by 10 am at the Bayelsa State Guest House, Maitaima, Abuja.

Mohammed Haruna, a syndicated columnist and former chief press secretary of Abdulsalmi Abubakar, former military head of state will deliver the keynote address with the theme “Has Online Publishing Come of Age” while Emeka Mba, director general, National Broadcasting Commission, NBC, will be the chairman.

There will be a panel of discussant led by Azubuike Ishiekwene, former managing director of the Leadership newspaper will discuss the topic.

Others media personalities who will attend the event include Omobolanle Omotunde-Bruce, former special adviser, Media in Ekiti State, Otive Igbuzor and executive director, Centre for Leadership, Strategy and Development and Ima Niboro, managing director, News Agency of Nigeria and Shehu Garba, special assistant to President Muhammadu Buhari on Media, Professor Anthony Kila, director, Centre of International Advance Studies, Lagos, and Tony Ojobo, director, National Communications Commission

Max Amuchie, Publisher/CEO, Sundiata Post in a handshake with Dakuku Peterside, (R), former chairman, House of Reps Committee on Petroleum (Downstream). With them are Awwalu Salihu, director, public affairs, National Broadcasting Commission, who was chairman of the occasion and Sir Jonas Odocha, retired Group GM, Nigerian National Petroleum Corporation and MD/CEO, JONAKOD Ltd
Max Amuchie, Publisher/CEO, Sundiata Post in a handshake with Dakuku Peterside, (R), former chairman, House of Reps Committee on Petroleum (Downstream). With them are Awwalu Salihu, director, public affairs, National Broadcasting Commission, who was chairman of the occasion and Sir Jonas Odocha, retired Group GM, Nigerian National Petroleum Corporation and MD/CEO, JONAKOD Ltd

— July 6, 2015 @ 11.00 GMT

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