Triumph (Nigeria)

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Triumph
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TypeWeekly newspaper
Owner(s)Kano State
PublisherTriumph Publishing Company, Kano
EditorLawal Sabo Ibrahim
FoundedJune 1980
LanguageEnglish, Hausa and Ajami
Ceased publicationOctober 2012
HeadquartersKano,Nigeria
Websitewww.triumphnews.org.ng

The Triumph is a 38-year-old Nigerian English language newspaper published by the Triumph Publishing Company Limited based in the ancient city of Kano, Kano State.It presently publishes a weekly edition with arrangements to return to publishing of the Daily, Weekend and Sunday editions as well as the publishing of its sister vernacular newspapers of AlBishir.[1] & AlFijir.[2][1]

The Triumph Newspaper was established in June 1980.[3] The company is solely owned by the Ministry of Information, Youths and Culture of the Kano State government.[2] In October 2012 the state government closed down the Company for alleged unviability.[5] The closure was later found to have political undertones.[3]

The present government re-opened it[6] and included in the 2018 budget and a pledge to acquire a modern digital printing machine[7] for the company. It is now back with a very big bang with more success perceived in the horizon.

References[edit]

  1. ^ "The Triumph Newspapers". AfDevInfo. Retrieved 2009-12-18.
  2. ^ "Ministry of Information, Youth, Sports and Culture". Kano State Government. Retrieved 2009-12-18.
  3. ^ Adamu, Lawan Danjuma (2012-10-04). "Kano govt shuts Triumph newspaper". Daily Trust (Abuja), via allafrica.com. Media Trust Limited. Retrieved 2015-02-26.