One of Nigeria’s leading newspapers, DAILY TRUST, is published by Media Trust Limited which was incorporated in 1996 as an integrated media company. Unlike the prevalent practise in the Nigeria where newspapers are owned by a sole entrepreneur or a family, DAILY TRUST was promoted 100% by a score of young professionals who are driven purely by the zeal to excel in journalism.
From a rented apartment in Kaduna, the maiden edition of the newspaper hit the newsstands in January 1998. It was then published as Weekly Trust and printed on bond paper until the daily edition was introduced in March 2001 as a standard full colour tabloid on newsprints.
Noted for its unique style of investigative reporting and presenting all the sides to a story, DAILY TRUST has earned the enviable image of a credible, balanced, and objective news medium, which appeals to a wide audience. And with the effective presence of its reporters in strategic locations across the country, DAILY TRUST is widely reputed for its saturated coverage of news event in remote locations in Nigeria.
Our specialized columns on Banking, Insurance, Property, Education, Agriculture, Automobile, Aviation, Travel & Tours, Sports, Environment and World News, provide the value added channel for getting advertising messages directly to the consumers.
Our daily national print run of between 55,000 and 60,000 copies and readership that cuts across the A, B and upper C segment of the socio-economic strata, undoubtedly guarantees optimal access to the target market.
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