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Kwara NUJ, Royal News condemn attack on National Pilot newspapers

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Kwara NUJ, Royal News condemn attack on National Pilot newspapers

The State Working Committee of the Kwara State Council of the Nigeria Union of Journalists (NUJ) is disturbed with the news of attack on a private own tabloid in the State; National Pilot Newspaper located along Asa Dam Road, Ilorin on Friday.

The statement jointly signed by the Council’s Chairman, Mallam Umar Abdulwahab, and the Secretary , Deacon Tayo Ayanda condemned the attack in totality, describing it as uncivilsed attack targeted on Free Press which will not allow democracy and good governave to thrive.

The statement added that the Council is also shocked by the wamton distruction of properties and attack on Government and private facilities by rampaging residents despite measures earlier put in place by the State Government, the State Command of Nigeria Police and Emir of Ilorin to avert such.

Similarly,  the management of Royal News Online Newspapers, has condemned the attack describing it as barbaric and deliberate attempt to create tension and war against Press Freedom in the society.

The Director of Administration and Technical Service, Mr. Adeniyi Kayode, in a statement issued on Saturday appealed to the Kwara state government to provide adequate measures that will guarantee the safety of media practitioners in the state.

He however warn youths to desist from unpatriotic acts capable of setting the nation backward with lost of lives, property as well as international reputations.

 

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