Sultan tasks media firm on professionalism

Alhaji Sa’ad Abubakar, the Sultan of Sokoto has tasked Qausain TV on professionalism in the provision of its services to the public.

Abubakar, the President General Nigeria Supreme Council for Islamic Affairs (NSCIA), made the call when the Qausain group’s President, Nasir Musa and his management team paid him a courtesy visit in Sokoto on Friday.

The Sultan also charged the media firm to redouble its effort toward ensuring that all reports given out to the public were properly checked in order not to mislead the society.

“As the managers of information, who inform the society, I urge you to make more efforts in providing efficient services.

“This is to ensure that all your services are thoroughly monitored in order to give out the best information that will support societal needs,” Abubakar said.

Earlier, the Qausain group president said the visit was to seek the royal father’s blessings and appreciate him for his fatherly engagement towards ensuring a more peaceful Nigeria.

“We are all here to seek for your blessings and support toward our services to the public,” he said.

Musa added that Qausain TV would continue to act on the fatherly advice from the sultan and do the needful in serving the society as requested.

The team presented an award of exceptional excellence and leadership to the sultan.

The News Agency of Nigeria (NAN) reports that Qausain TV, a private media firm is one of the popular television stations that operates in three major languages, English, Hausa and Arabic.

Source: News Agency of Nigeria