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Newsdiaryonline Publisher, Nmodu unfolds another platform, ‘Modus Operandum’

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By Chibuike Nwabuko

Abuja (Sundiata Post) – The Publisher/Editor-in-Chief of Newsdiaryonline, Mr Danlami Nmodu mni on Wednesday unveiled a new platform known as ‘Modus Operandum’ for strategic insight into issues in Nigeria’s National Interest.

The new platform is dedicated to analysis, insightful opinions, reviews and reports on issues of public interest, Nmodu, who is also the Deputy President of the Guild of Corporate Online Publishers (GOCOP) said.

Nmodu, a member of the National Institute, said he has chosen to float this additional platform to give back to society the benefits of his training at the National Institute for Policy and Strategic Studies NIPSS, Kuru Jos.

“After reflecting on the investment in me, I believe I needed to float this platform for insightful analysis of national issues. Hopefully Modus Operandum will emerge as a leading platform contributing towards policy reports and the policy briefs that may be relevant to public administration in Nigeria.”

“Essentially, Modus Operandum will for now remain accessible to the public, Nmodu, assured.

Modus Operandum will not be driven by the daily routine of breaking news, like Newsdiaryonline, which remains active and strong on news and others. However, the new platform will remain relevant and throw penetrating insight into relevant contemporary issues, Nmodu said.

Areas of interest include health, public policy, election and democracy issues, anti corruption matters, defence, security and diplomatic issues among other. Analysis from Modus Operandum staff and renowned contributors will be served on regular basis, the publisher said.

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