Newspeakonline.com has passed the two million readership mark.
In a statement by the Editor of the growing online media outlet, Patrick Akpu, on behalf of the Management, the publishers expressed excitement at not only hitting but surpassing the huge threshold in the highly competitive online news publishing industry.
The statement expressed gratitude to readers for their commitment to the online medium since it debuted in 2015.
It emphasized that the feat would not have been possible without the support of the committed readers and advertisers who read and share newspeakonline contents on social media.
It promised to deliver even better contents while upholding its guiding ethics of timeliness, balance and integrity.
The statement read in part: “Dear esteemed readers, thank you for helping newspeakonline.com hit the 2 million readership mark.
“This milestone would not have been reached without you our esteemed readers, supporter and advertisers. You and every other reader and visitor to our site, are our greatest asset.
“Our promise to you is to continue to serve you useful news, views and reports, while sticking to our guiding principles: timeliness, balance and integrity.
“We urge you to continue to support this project, not just by your regular visits but also by sharing contents that interest you to your social media platforms.
“We wish to thank our hardworking editors, efficient reporters, dedicated technical staff and valuable contributors.
“We also owe huge gratitude to the members of the South West Group of Online Publishers and other news websites, newspapers, news agencies and news media across the world.
It is a very competitive news publishing and content production environment but we always try to stand out by being professional in our service delivery. You can count on us when only professional journalism will satisfy your appetite for news and related contents.
“Thank you! Stay with us as we work towards the next milestone.”
Newspeakonline was established in 2015 by a team of experienced editors, reporters and IT consultants.