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Nigeria Media Nite -out Award (NMNA) set for 15TH Edition *Rolls out categories

This year Nigeria Media NiteAward known for his glamorous event is set to hold this year having fail to hold last year due to Covid 19 pandemic and this year edition which is in 15 edition is set to raise the bar again as far as acknowledging journalists, business men , politicians for their dexterity This year's edition according to  coverner  of the award , Sola Olugbemiro who spoke through the  media and publicity of the prestigious award Mr. Murphy Ajibade Alabi the award will be different from what it used to be " We have been doing this for 15 years even without major sponsors which we are still looking towards anyway, but that has not denter our vigour.  We are having this year edition as usual in September, 19, 2021. Infact for this year it will be a celebration of success for everyone that is involved. And on that ground I am saying confidently that journalists especially top ones and editors and the winners in each category will be taken to Zamfara state to inspect t


GOV. MATAWALLE APPROVES THE RELEASE OF OVER 380 MILLION NAIRA AS SCHOLARSHIP, BEGINS PAYMENTS OF AL-IKIMAH UNIVERSITY AND CRESCENT UNIVERSITY DEBTS. His Excellency, the Zamfara State Executive Governor  Hon.Dr . Bello Mohammed Matawalle MON (Shattiman Sakkwato) has approved the release of over 380 Million Naira scholarship for Zamfara indigenes studying in and outside Nigerian universities for the 2020/2021 academic session. This is in furtherance of His Excellency’s declaration of the state of emergency on education on the commencement of his administration and the resolve of the state government to improve on science and technology related courses for indigent Zamfara students to study at home and abroad with ease. Under the 2020/2021 academic sessioln, His Excellency has approved and released N186, 699, 600 as full payment for 67 Medical and Para-medical students currently going into their second year of studies in Sudan, another N24,500,000 for 23 scholars in India and N56,463,440