In anticipation of the inauguration and launching of Track News Media LTD, the first indigenous online TV station in Yenagoa, Bayelsa state, writer and TV presenter Henry Chima Anochiri emphasizes the importance of government support for indigenous companies. Anochiri encourages Senator Douye Diri to leverage the power of television to showcase Bayelsa state to the world, attracting investors, tourists, and promoting job creation in various sectors, particularly in the hospitality industry.
As the vision bearer behind Track News Media LTD, Ben Bara Ogidi has a mission to establish an online television station that reflects the rich culture, vibrant economy, and untapped potential of Bayelsa state. By creating an indigenous platform for news and entertainment, Ogidi aims to provide a voice for the people of Bayelsa and contribute to the state’s overall development.
One key aspect that Anochiri highlights is the immense potential for the government to play a crucial role in supporting and patronizing indigenous companies like Track News Media. By doing so, the government can actively contribute to the growth and success of businesses that reflect the local identity and promote economic development within the state.
Anochiri further suggests that Senator Douye Diri, the incumbent governor of Bayelsa state, take advantage of Track News Media and its reach to showcase Bayelsa state to a global audience. By utilizing this platform, the state can highlight its unique attractions, such as natural resources, historical sites, and cultural heritage, thus attracting investors and tourists alike.
Moreover, leveraging the power of television as a promotional tool can significantly contribute to employment opportunities for the local population. With increased exposure and interest in Bayelsa state, the demand for services within the hospitality industry will surge, necessitating employment opportunities in sectors such as tourism, hotels, restaurants, and transportation.
Encouraging the government to actively engage with indigenous companies like Track News Media serves as a catalyst for development and progress within Bayelsa state. By patronizing local businesses, the government can show its commitment to empowering and supporting the entrepreneurial spirit of its citizens, while simultaneously boosting the state’s profile and attracting investments.
In conclusion, the imminent launch of Track News Media LTD signifies a pivotal moment for Bayelsa state. Recognizing the significance of indigenous companies and their potential to contribute to economic growth, writer and TV presenter Henry Chima Anochiri calls on the government, particularly Senator Douye Diri, to embrace and empower businesses like Track News Media. Through this support, Bayelsa state can position itself as a desirable destination for investors, tourists, and job seekers, ultimately propelling its development, hospitality industry, and job creation to new heights.