TGNews Awards: Prof. Umaru Pate’s National Security Lecture and 4 Award Categories Unveiled at Maiden Event

Prof. Umaru Pate's National Security Lecture and 4 Award Categories Unveiled at Maiden TGNews Event
Prof. Umaru Pate's National Security Lecture and 4 Award Categories Unveiled at Maiden TGNews Event

Prof. Umaru Pate’s National Security Lecture and 4 Award Categories Unveiled at Maiden TGNews Awards Event


  • Vice Chancellor Prof. Umaru Pate is set to deliver a critical discourse on the media’s role in national security at the inaugural TGNews Awards.
  • The event, scheduled for January 6, 2024, aims to recognise contributions to nation-building by honouring leaders, technocrats, and unsung heroes across distinct categories.
  • TGNews, operational for eight years, has evolved into a multimedia powerhouse, prioritising factual reporting and investigative journalism in Adamawa State and the wider Nigerian landscape.

The news portal, TGNews, has been a pivotal force in the realm of news dissemination for the past eight years. Operating within Adamawa State and extending its influence across the northeast region of Nigeria, TGNews has cemented its position as a reliable source for factual and investigative reportage.

The platform’s unwavering commitment to providing accurate news coverage has solidified its reputation as a trustworthy and credible media outlet, not just within the local sphere but also on a national scale.

The evolution of TGNews goes beyond conventional reporting. With an eye towards the future, the portal is gearing up for a transformative phase, aspiring to become a multifaceted multimedia platform.

This strategic shift is aimed at positioning TGNews as a formidable contender on the global stage, competing with other prominent multimedia outlets worldwide.

Such an expansion aligns with the ever-evolving landscape of media consumption, catering to diverse audience preferences and technological advancements.

The accolades set to be conferred at the TGNews Awards aren’t merely acknowledgements; they symbolise a tribute to resilience, dedication, and the relentless pursuit of excellence.

By honouring individuals who have left an indelible mark through their leadership, service, dedication, and often unheralded contributions, the awards ceremony seeks to inspire a new wave of commitment towards societal betterment.

In addition to recognising outstanding individuals, this event also catalyses reflection and dialogue.

Prof. Umaru Pate
Prof. Umaru Pate, Vice Chancellor of Federal University Kashere, Gombe State

The theme “Media and National Security: The Way Forward,” addressing the nexus between media and national security, critically examines the impact of media dynamics on the country’s security landscape.

It propels conversations towards understanding the implications of social media and its role in shaping the broader fabric of national security, steering discussions towards viable solutions and strategies.

Professor Umaru Pate’s involvement as a keynote speaker and award recipient adds a significant dimension to the event. His stature as an erudite scholar and a figure of excellence epitomises the values that the TGNews Awards strive to uphold.

With the professor’s lecture focusing on the symbiotic relationship between media and national security, attendees can anticipate insightful discourse and thought-provoking perspectives that could potentially shape the narrative in this critical domain.

The anticipation surrounding this event is palpable, and as January 6, 2024, approaches, the stage is set for an evening that celebrates achievements, fosters dialogue, and ignites aspirations for a brighter, more impactful future.



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