What You Need To Know About Daily Times of Nigeria Newspaper

Type Media publication
Format Print and online
Publisher Folio Communications
Editor Sam Nzeh
Founded 6 June 1925
Language English
Headquarters Lagos, Lagos State, Nigeria
Circulation Nationwide
Website www.dailytimes.ng

The Dailytimes Nigeria is a newspaper with headquarters in Lagos. At its peak, in the 1970s, it was one of the most successful locally owned businesses in Africa.[1] The paper went into decline after it was purchased by the government in 1975. What was left, was sold to a private investor in 2004. Folio Communications Limited officially assumed the ownership of the Daily Times of Nigeria Plc on September 3, 2004 after a colorful handover ceremony that was televised. The company was not and still not a consortium. It is a Private Limited-Liability Company.

The printing of the flagship title “The Daily Times” resumed after the assumption of ownership in earnest from 2006 till the year 2009 partially to satisfy the embedded requirements contingent upon the Enterprise Sale Deed while company turnaround and restructuring continued.

Although the flagship “Daily Times” has returned to the streets since December 2014, further efforts have been injected towards the return of the rest viable titles, especially the Sunday Times, the Weekend Times and the Lagos Weekend to the streets.

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