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DAILY TRUST pockets most supportive newspaper of the year awards a
The Daily Trust Newspaper was honored with the most supportive newspaper of the year prize at the first issue of the K-City Industry (KCEI) Awards Nights in the antique town of Kano. According to Femi Aje, president of the organizational group known as Cool Phemzy, the awards ceremony will be organized to support the Kano state entertaining industries, which have made a major contribution to the nation's entertaining area.
In addition, he added that the awards ceremony also aims to show the country's oceans of young talent who have distinguished themselves in their specialty in the leisure industries. Commenting on the Daily Trust's accolade, Cool Phemzy said the accolade recognizes the newspaper's non-quantifiable contributions to promoting young regional talent who have been given practically no prioritization by the press.
"Daily Trust has for some considerable period of the feeling of belonging to, and encouraging to, indigenous art. Allow me to say here that without the Daily Trust most of our performers, especially from this axle, would not have been known today," said Cool Phemzy. Mr. Mhiz Ojeez won the Women's Show Promotion of the Year Awards, while the Engineer Jubril Ahmed won the Entertainment Philanthropist of the Year Awards.
A number of artists and publishers won the first KCEI Award in various categories. If you are willing to talk to a Daily Trust reporter, please provide a number. In case you would like to be approached by a Daily Trust reporter, please provide a phone number where we can reach you.
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