RIJOSA hails Blueprint editor Idris Malagi on philanthropy – Blueprint Newspapers Limited
The Association of Former Students of the Governmental Secondary School of Rijau (RIJOSA) in Niger State praised the philanthropic disposition and contributions of the Chairman and CEO of Blueprint Newspapers Limited, Alhaji Mohammed Idris Malagi (Kakaaki Nupe) towards the development of the State and of Nigeria in general.
The association praised it when some members of the association visited him at his residence in Abuja recently.
Head of Delegation and Vice Chairman of RJOSA Interim Committee Alhaji Isa Sidi Rijau said the members’ visit was to thank the editor and administrator for the immense support he has given to the association.
“We are here to identify ourselves and thank you for everything you have done for RIJOSA. You have never ignored any of our requests for progress and development of the association, ”he declared.
Also speaking, the chairman of the association’s standing committee, Alhaji Uthman Kolo Bokani, said the publisher made them proud to be an outstanding private sector player who has carved out a niche in the industry. media and public relations.
“There is no doubt that you have made us proud to be an outstanding product of Rijau Public Secondary School. We are happy that despite your rise and success in life, you have not abandoned your classmates. Our visit is to consolidate on your personal disposition towards us.
In his remarks, the visibly delighted editor of Blueprint Newspapers, Alhaji Mohammed Idris Malagi, expressed his joy at the visit, adding that it was his happiest day.
“I feel very elated; today is one of my happiest days. There is no doubt that this reunion sparked nostalgic feelings of years gone by when none of us knew what would become of us later in life.
“The fact that you have all left your various personal commitments to visit me is a testament to the fact that we share the common value that unites us as students of our great institution. “
Other members of the delegation included Alhaji Ahmed Mohammed, Mallam Ibrahim Muwo, Adamu Bala, Mohammed Shehu Auna, Tanko Mohammed Makeri, Abdullahi Chidawa and Sani Mamanlafiya.
The Kakaaki Nupe received members of its alma mater in the company of Alhaji Abdulmalik Muye, Alhaji Ndakoworogi Edotsu, Alhaji Falalu and Alhaji Shittu.
Alhaji Mohammed Idris Malagi was a 1982 product of the institution where he was a forms two to four timekeeper and Heath prefect in his senior year.