End of Talking Down on Nigerians
Ajuri Ngelale, the newly-appointed Special Adviser on Media and Publicity to the President, has declared an end to talking down on Nigerians. This signifies a significant shift in the government’s approach to communication and reflects a commitment to fostering a more respectful and inclusive dialogue with the public.
Free Press and Zero-Tolerance Policy
President Bola Tinubu’s government is strongly committed to upholding the principles of a free press. The administration promises to maintain a zero-tolerance policy towards any form of media repression or institutional arrogance in government communications. This pledge aims to ensure transparency, accountability, and openness in governance.
Inaugural Media Chat
In his first media chat with reporters covering the State House in Abuja, Chief Ajuri Ngelale affirmed the administration’s dedication to engaging with the media openly. This move signals a new era of constructive dialogue between the government and journalists, fostering an atmosphere of trust and collaboration to better serve the public interest.