China plans to work with Nigeria’s media

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Image result for Vice Minister of Information of the People's Republic of China, Guo WeiminVice Minister of Information of the People’s Republic of China, Guo Weimin, has said his nation was set to work together with the Nigeria media in its offer to additionally develop participation between the two nations.

Guo Weimin, who uncovered this at a conference held in his respect, said the motion was at the core of China’s approach for Africa and Nigeria.

The occasion, which was sorted out by the Leadership Group, had in participation Special Adviser to President Buhari on Media, Femi Adesina; President of the Nigerian Guilds of Editors, Olufunke Egbemode;

THISDAY Editorial Board Chairman, Segun Adeniyi, Regional and Abuja Bureau Chiefs of different media houses and columnists.

China, at the FOCAC summit in 2015 in South Africa, had consented to prepare 1,000 media proficient from Africa every year, of which Nigeria is as of now a recipient. Weimin, who noticed that respective relations amongst Nigeria and China was “evergreen,” expressed that upgraded collaboration between the media of the two nations would additionally fortify their relations.