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National Daily

THE National Daily is a modern newspaper that has helped raise the standard of media communication within the frontiers of the mores and ethos of the journalistic profession in Nigeria . This vibrant newspaper commenced its operations in October 2006. Published by Paradigm Communications Limited, National Daily is fast becoming the newspaper of choice for balanced and well-researched reports and information as it was designed, first and foremost, to shape the opinion of its readers in building a new culture of change and development in Nigeria .

Renowned for its fearless, investigative, objective and credible journalism, National Daily's target readers cut across the elite and other classes of the society, including decision-makers in the public and private sectors of the nationís economy, dons in secondary and tertiary institutions, undergraduates and graduates as well as the burgeoning urban literati.

At the helm of affairs in this great newspaper, is Mr Sylvester Ebhodaghe, a young, versatile and experienced media strategist and skilled administrator, who, prior to his current assignment as Executive Editor/CEO in the National Daily, had made his mark at The Guardian newspaper and at the National Standard magazine. Mr. Ebhodaghe is also the Managing Director/CEO of Paradigm Communications Limited, publishers of National Daily.

National Daily also boasts of a very sound and resourceful Editorial Board, headed by Barrister Chris Akiri, a renowned columnist and social commentator.

IT-driven and fiercely development-oriented, National Daily aspires to become Nigeriaís first truly multi-media newspaper house and has put in place all the necessary mechanisms to achieve that aim. The paperís circulation at the end of its first year of operation was 50,000 copies, with a pass-on rate of 1 to 10. It covers much of the country's geo-political zones and major cities, including Lagos , Abuja , Port Harcourt , Kano , Kaduna , Jos, Enugu , Owerri, Ibadan , Lokoja , Benin City and Calabar. It also has a planned 50 per cent growth in circulation by every other quarter.

We strongly believe that this is achievable in view of Nigeriaís huge literate population and of the uniqueness of our product, the National Daily, which, though deriving from a single-minded and serious-minded approach, is nevertheless soft in its flavour

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