The Director-General, National Boundary Commission, Adamu Adaji, has solicited media support to help improve wider visibility of the enormous work and activities of the Commission.
Adaji made the call in an interview with the News Agency of Nigeria (NAN) on Sunday in Abuja.He said that boundaries were suppose to be bridges for cooperation and not barriers, “so we want to get the cooperation of the media to promote this ideas and beliefs.
“We are doing a lot. Our people go to the forests, jungles, deserts and other difficult terrain to work. We will like the media to project our activities to the world.
“We would appreciate if the media could support our course via adequate and correct reportage,” Adaji said.
He said the commission recognised the importance and enormous work done by the media, adding that the media importance as the fourth esteem of the realm could not be over emphasised. (NAN)