Blueprint Newspaper
Blueprint Newspaper

Blueprint Introduces Weekend Newspaper
The Management of Blueprint Newspapers Limited has added a new title to its growing stable, Blueprint Weekend, which made its debut on October 14, 2017, with an incisive lead story, titled ‘’Buhari’s men at war’’.

Blueprint Weekend which is the latest addition to the Blueprint family, is a potpourri of mainly human angle stories, including topical political issues and in depth interviews with news makers and elder statesmen who are now out of public glare.

The newspaper which promises to define soft sell journalism, will not follow the pack of sensationalism, Blueprint Weekend will only publish stories that are of public interest, without pandering to any commercial or sectional interest.

The Management is proud to announce that the publishing company started with Blueprint as a weekly newspaper but in record time of six months, we went daily. Six years later, the weekend edition which covers both Saturday and Sunday, has hit the newsstands nationwide.

So far, the response from readers, advertisers and professional colleagues have been encouraging and the Management pledges to improve on the content and overall quality of the two newspaper titles on its stable, that is Blueprint and Blueprint Weekend.

In a competitive market like the media industry, the only way to remain relevant and retain readers’ and advertisers’ patronage is by constant improvement of our newspapers. We are committed to doing just that.

Signed:
Hajiya Zainab Okino-Suleiman
Editor-in-Chief

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