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Eric Tataw Makes Two Big Announcements For National Telegraph.

By Beltha Mokube – Saturday May 11, 2019.

Eric Tataw Makes Two Big Announcements For National Telegraph.
Eric Tataw, CEO of National Telegraph in short-sleeves met with Kenyan Lawyer, Prof PLO Lumumbu in Columbus, Ohio on Sunday April 28, 2019.

The Founder and CEO of National Telegraph, a media group based in the Washington DC Area, USA has made two major announcements, late Friday May 10, 2019.

Eric Tataw, a well-known name in Cameroon’s geopolitics says National Telegraph has concluded two major arrangements and would kick start two new products in the weeks ahead.

The Publisher says National Telegraph Magazine would go operational in the US in the weeks ahead. “We’ve acquired our EIN – Employment Identification Number from IRS – Internal Revenue Service and we’re all set, Eric Tataw said, adding that their office space is also very conducive and enabling.

The CEO went on that the Magazine would be 42 pages, printed in all US standard and style and would report on every global issue especially on the US Policy in Africa and the armed conflict in the two English-speaking Regions of Cameroon.

Eric Tataw also said National Telegraph is resuming full publishing on its Website after a few days halt following arrangements regarding its new products. The Publisher added that new reporters have been recruited to cover many other African countries.

The Founder of National Telegraph also said its media organ is also already over 60% gone into building its own TV Talk Show Studio and a first test-run of the studio is already being envisaged.

Eric Tataw has however not mentioned the exact frequency of the Magazine but hinted they could be producing two editions a month. He has also urged all and sundry to subscribe for copies and share in the stories of their communities.

The Publisher says many more investigative and firsthand stories would flow on their website, including sports and entertainment giving the number of reporters it has secured in Africa and other parts of the world.

4 comments

  1. Fombat Dieudonné

    Can’t wait to see this come to reality. Long live National Telegraph

  2. Paul Biya is a dead wood since 25 years ago.

  3. You make it looks so easy but it’s not at all that easy.
    Keep on the good work Mr. Eric, keep building and expanding capacity.

    You are bringing in a whole new dimension. No more dependency on systems that only restricts.

  4. Congrats.

    Keep up, comrade.

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