Barr Tanko describes Publisher of Nigerianpost Newspaper as a rare Investigative Journalist
By Yahaya Idris, Lokoja.
The Executive Chairman Kogi State Civil Service Commission, Barr. Muhammed Tanko Musa Osuku has joined some prominent personalities within and outside the state to grace the Nigerianpost Newspaper Lecture and Awards 2023, with a theme “Sustaining Unity, Peace of the Confluence, This House Must Not Fall”
The State Civil Service Boss who is also an awardee expressed gratitude to the Editor In Chief and Chairman of the NigerianPost Newspaper, Abu Michael for finding him worthy for the honour.
The highly elated legal luminary showered encomium on the veteran Journalist for his accurate and balanced reportage over the years, urging him to keep doing the best just as he has started.
Tanko, a former administrator of Kogi Local Government Area, erstwhile Senior Special Assistant, SSA, to Kogi State Governor and now Executive Chairman Kogi State Civil Service Commission, said both the publisher and entire management of the NigerianPost Newspaper deserved all the accolades in view of the great job they have been doing with a particular reference to promoting peace, unity, socio-economic development of the State.
The award-winning legal luminary described Mr. Abu Michael as a very focused and determined who always placed his emphasis on peace, unity and development.
He congratulated the Publisher for being part of Kogi developmental strides noting that he has written his name in Gold.
Barr. Muhammed Tanko Musa Osuku was honoured for his exceptional leadership and repositioning of the State Civil Service.
Global Times Nigeria reports that Kogi State Governor, Alhaji Yahaya Bello was ably represented by the State Commissioner for Education, Wemi Jones.
The Governor who served as Special Guest of Honour praised the publisher for his unwavering support to the new direction administration.
Also in attendance were Director Genera Government House Administration and an awardee, Alhaji Shuaibu Umar Oricha, Kogi State Commissioner for Information and Communication, Hon (Evang.) Kinsley O. Fanwo
Ohimegye Igu-Koton-karfe, His Royal Majesty, Alhaji Abdulrazaq Sani-Isah Koto served as royal father of the day.