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NICO set to launch e-magazine

The National Institute for Cultural Orientation (NICO) is set to launch an eight-page in-house e-magazine and newsletter titled: “Cultural Renaissance”. In a statement, the Executive…

The National Institute for Cultural Orientation (NICO) is set to launch an eight-page in-house e-magazine and newsletter titled: “Cultural Renaissance”.

In a statement, the Executive Secretary of NICO and Editor-in-Chief of the magazine, Otunba Biodun Ajiboye, said the magazine which coincided with the one-year anniversary of President Bola Ahmed Tinubu’s administration was published by the Ministry of Arts, Culture and Creative Economy.

He explained that the idea of the publication was to expose to the readers the nuances and values of Nigeria’s diverse cultures through incisive reportage of events and activities in the sector.

Ajiboye said it was time “we, in the culture sector, should write our narrative by ourselves. We need to promote and present our culture to the world; we must have adequate reportage of the industry as robust as it is.

“The culture and creative sector can now buttress its prime intent of redirecting the defective and mistaken orientational understanding of culture by the general public. This magazine is intended to be the voice for the culture sector which is expected to cover the totality of cultural news reports and information throughout the country.”

 

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