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Edo Govt Shuts Down Nigerian Observer for Revamp Exercise

The Edo State Government, in line with the reforms of the state-owned media organisations, has directed the closure of the Nigerian Observer newspaper for a period of one month, for the re-organisation and re-launch of the media outfit.

In a statement, the Secretary to the State Government, Osarodion Ogie Esq., said, “The Edo State Government, in line with the reforms of the state-owned media organisations, has directed the closure of the Nigerian Observer newspaper for a period of one month, for re-organisation and re-launch of the media outfit.

“All existing staff of the Nigerian Observer are hereby redeployed to the Ministry of Communication and Orientation, with immediate effect, where they will receive further directives on their new responsibilities.”

Ogie assured, “Members of the reading public and lovers of the Nigerian Observer brand are assured that their darling newspaper titles will return to the stands shortly better and improved.”

Nigerian Observer is a daily newspaper published in Benin City, Edo State. It has been published since May 29, 1968. The publisher, Bendel Newspapers Company Limited, is owned by the Edo State Government.

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