In a generous act of support, the Aminu Magashi Garba (AMG) Foundation has donated a computer to veteran journalist Malam Abdullahi Jalaludeen in Kano. This donation aims to enhance his ability to render effective services to the field of journalism in the state.
Malam Sulaiman Umar Jalo, the Program Officer of the AMG Foundation, presented the computer to the CEO of Times Express during a formal ceremony. He emphasized that one of the foundation’s key goals is to support journalists in carrying out their duties of positive reportage in both the state and the country as a whole.
This recent act of philanthropy follows a previous initiative by the AMG Foundation, where they donated three HP brand computers to active female journalists in the state a few months ago. Malam Abdullahi, inspired by this gesture, sought assistance from the AMG Foundation to carry out his duties with increased passion, courage, and zeal.
Dr. Aminu Magashi Garba, the Coordinator of the African Health Budget Network, leads the AMG Foundation. Under his leadership, the foundation’s Director of Finance, Mrs. Abigail Ogah, donated the same computer version to the staff members of the AMG Foundation. This generous act aimed to enhance their services in the state.
During the presentation, Mrs. Ogah expressed that all the beneficiaries of the donation deserved such an intervention due to their hard work, selfless service, and willingness to promote progress in everything they do.
This act of support from the AMG Foundation not only provides valuable resources to journalists but also reinforces the importance of positive reportage and the crucial role journalists play in society. The foundation’s continued efforts to empower individuals in the field of journalism contribute to the growth and development of the state and the nation at large.