DAAR communications plc, was recognized for promoting the unity and development of the country.


The vice-chancellor of the Rivers State University of science and technology, port Harcourt, professor Blessing Didia says Nigeria may not need to return to the regionalism of the first republic but discussing the political structure of the country is inevitable.
The occasion was the Nigeria festival of awards with the theme “unity in diversity” where the dominant issue of a country at the cross roads was engaged. DAAR communications plc, was recognized for promoting the unity and development of the country. Two staff of the company, Gbenga Aruleba and Terverr Tyav were also honoured for their pace setting roles in broadcasting in the country. It is clear that the public discourse on the future of the country will continue until the authorities take action not only to crystalise the opinions into a national consensus but act on it.

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