Daily Report Nigeria, one most consistent online news outlet has officially opened a corporate office in the Oil City of Warri, Delta state.
The ribbon-cutting ceremony was done by Comrade Tomwill Enieghan, Initiator of the Aladja-Ogbe-Ijoh Peace Vanguard.
The event saw the maasive attendance of government functionaries, pressure groups, media organizations, student groups, as well as the Nigerian Union of Journalists, community leaders across the Niger Delta, and of course, friends and loved ones.
Publisher of Daily Report Nigeria, Tare Magbei, the young Publisher and Editor-in-Chief of Daily Report Nigeria in his speech said that the move was birthed by the need to reach more Nigerians with verifiable and quality content.
“This is simply an extension of our vision to reach the average Nigerian who has internet access with accurate, informative and entertaining content.
“We have been a channel of communication for government parastatals, pressure groups, NGOs, peace building institutions, religious groups, activists, politicians and more.
“The desire to reach more Nigerians who have no internet access with our content is part of what has triggered this move too,” Mr Magbei said.
The online media outfit is fourteen months old online, and today’s opening of a corporate office is clear indication of the media outlet’s seriousness and commitment to reach more people.
The corporate office is situated along NNPC Housing Complex Road, Ekpan, Uvwie Local Government Area of Delta State, well furnished and equiped for quality content delivery with modern media tools.
Speakers at the ribbon cutting ceremony nodded in happiness and satisfaction with the consistency and commitment of the Publisher in the Daily Report Nigeria brand to such a lofty level Daily Report Nigeria Unveils Corporate Office in Warri.
According to the publisher, “On the level of reach Daily Report Nigeria has attained in the last fourteen months, Magbei stated the brand attracted 318,000+ page views for just the month of July.
“Though, the firm has set out a bigger target with regards to audience and reach in the coming months.
“Our target is to reach a minimum of one million users monthly before January 2022, so as to give our advertisers a good pool of potential customers to patronize their businesses,” he added.
Those counted in attendance include: Comrade Ozobo Austin, SA on Political Matters to the Delta State Government, Ellington Ebakumo, SA Political Matters to Delta State Government, Arex Akemotubo, SSA to the Governor, Amb Princewill Binebai, President Delta Ijaw Comrades Community, Pastor Enieghan Thompson Layefa, CEO Tomwill Group, businessmen and others.
Also, representatives of the Ijaw Youth Council (IYC), the Ijaw People’s Development Initiative (IPDI), Aladja/Ogbe-Ijoh Peace Vanguard and other pressure groups attended the function.
President of the National Union of Izon-ebe Students, Comrade Andrew Yankee, Comrade Bruno Kodoye, President National Association of Burutu Local Government Students, and Comrade Tare James, President of National Union of Obotebe Students led other student bodies.
Media organizations present include ITV, Liberator Newspaper, Congress News, The People’s Voice, Waffi TV, Mandate Newspaper, freelance journalists and a special delegation of the NUJ Warri Chapel.