Taraba - The Acting Governor of Taraba, Garba Umar, has pledged to overhaul the state-owned media houses for effective coverage of the state.
He made the pledge when he met with Abdullahi Garba, the Chairman of state's Council of the Nigeria Union of Journalists (NUJ) on Monday in Jalingo.
The News Agency of Nigeria (NAN) reports that the two state-owned broadcast media outfits, Taraba Television and Taraba Broadcasting Service go on air for less than two hours a day.
The Acting governor also announced donation of two 18 seater buses to the union to ease movements of journalists in the state.
He explained that the first bus would be provided by the end of February while the second would be given by the end of March.
Earlier, the NUJ Chairman appealed to the acting governor to intervene in the problem plaguing the state-owned media houses.
He also solicited the State Government’s support for the take-off of the satellite campus of the International institute of Journalism in Jalingo.