Muhammed Idris, the Minister of Information and National Orientation, has emphasized the ministry’s commitment to honesty and transparency in its communication on government matters. He asserted that there is no need to resort to falsehoods when defending the government; instead, they will always present the truth as it stands.

During his inauguration speech, Idris stressed that both the ministry and the government would uphold transparency and truthfulness when disseminating information. He further pledged that the government would readily acknowledge its mistakes and take corrective actions when necessary.

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Idris highlighted that National Orientation would be a fundamental aspect of the government’s agenda, and detailed plans would be unveiled to the public in the coming days.

He urged Nigerians to avoid spreading fake news and encouraged them to verify information before sharing it publicly. He reiterated the ministry’s commitment to being accountable and open to the Nigerian people.

In a separate statement, Mrs. Hannatu Musawa, the Minister of Arts, Culture, and Creative Economy, expressed her determination to showcase Nigeria to the world and generate revenue for the country through the ministry’s efforts. She emphasized the ministry’s goal of altering the negative perception of Nigeria on the global stage.

Musawa also emphasized the importance of restoring the unity of the country, in line with the aspirations of Nigeria’s founding fathers.


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