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Press Release Distribution Services: Unlocking the Power of Earned Media in 2022



NewswireJet Press Release Distribution Services

Press release distribution services date back to 1906 when it was first used by Ivy Lee. They have since metamorphosized into an integral part of getting content published online.

For most companies, media is a waiting game, while for the smart ones, media is a game won on intentions. If you are trying to position your business for seamless media coverage in 2022, you should consider using press releases as one of your marketing strategies.

For most small business owners, learning how to write a press release can be out of their league, and as such, they tend to outsource it to capable content writers with experience in writing press releases.

Using templates like one of the many NewswireJet press release formats can help them save the day. A well-written press release should include the Who, Why, Where, When, and What of the press release.

The WHO of a press release focuses on the intended audience for the press release. The WHO also covers the company issuing the press release as well. Combining these two endpoints (The company and the audience) creates a complete communication channel and an easy-to-understand flow in the press release.

The WHY, Where, Whom, and What

This is the story behind the press release and what makes the press release important. This seeks to communicate the essence of the press release and the message intended by the company. This aspect of the press release is useful in captivating the reader’s attention and engaging them as they read through the press release. Suppose people are finding it difficult to understand the essence of a press release.

You need to include the WHERE as well as it shows the venue of an event or where the report took place. For an event press release, it is basic to include the WHERE of the press release as this will include the venue of the event and the time of the event, which covers the WHEN.

The WHOM part of the press release covers the target audience and the company issuing the press release. It is essential to have a seamless synchronization between the press release and the audience for effective communication. Going through a press release sample can help understand how to get this done. When you read through other press releases, you will get to know how to best structure this section of your PR for maximum results. You need to understand your audience and find a press release angle that resonates with them.

The importance of Press release Distribution in 2022

2020 was a challenging year for everyone, and till now, many businesses are still struggling to find their foot again. No matter the stage a company is founded, marketing will always be a key driver in achieving set objectives, not excluding press releases.

While most people view press releases as a technical buzzword for public relations alone, press release distribution is an effective tool used by small and large businesses to amplify their brand and create countless footprints on the internet. If you run a local business, you can use press release distribution to improve your local citation.

Some press release distribution companies can allow you to add your GMB Map as an embedded file in the press release. The impact of his strategy is multi-dimensional as it will give your website more link diversity and help boost your local rankings. With more than 70% of purchases starting from the internet, every business owner should embrace the use of Google My Business Profiles while submitting a press release.

How to Find Reliable Press Release Distribution Company

Like many others, you would want to search first online or get recommendations from friends who use press release distribution services in their marketing mix. Checking online can help you decide by looking at other people’s experiences with different press release services.

When you are satisfied, you can go ahead with them and submit the written press release, and they will take it from there.

You can look around for a mix of cost and efficiency, but it is better to go for quality first. When you find a press release that offers top quality like at a reasonable price, you would take full advantage of that and get your press release out there. If you plan to send out a press release every month, it is better to subscribe to a monthly package to help you save on each press release.

Press Release Distribution Timelines

Most companies will publish your press release within 6 hours as speed can be critical when issuing a time-bound press release. It is better to submit the press release on time so the service provider can have enough time to review and possibly send it back to you for any corrections needed. Submitting your press release on time also gives you the chance to go over it again to be sure there are no errors in the press release. As a rule of thumb, it is better to submit your press release 48 hours before your deadline.


Press release distribution is a great way to gain authority and drive massive brand recognition for your business. If you are yet to introduce press release distribution to your marketing mix, this is the time to start and take your brand awareness to the next level.

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Apprehension Over AMCON MD’s Visit to EFCC



AMCON Ahmed Kuru

By Aduragbemi Omiyale

The visit of the Managing Director of Assets Management Company of Nigeria (AMCON), Mr Ahmed Kuru, to the office of the Economic and Financial Crimes Commission (EFCC) is already causing apprehension.

Mr Kuru was reportedly grilled by the anti-graft agency on Wednesday after he was invited by the organisation for questioning.

Already, it is being speculated that his ordeal with the EFCC may be connected with the plans by AMCON to name and shame chronic debtors, who took loans from commercial banks but refused to repay as promised.

Yesterday, the AMCON MD was grilled by the agency over allegations bordering on the diversion of assets and the sale of the properties to his associates at ridiculous prices.

According to reports, Mr Kuru allegedly sold properties valued at billions of naira belonging to Atlantic to another despite a court case on the assets.

Atlantic was accused of loan default with Skye Bank and the properties in collateral were seized and allegedly sold below the prevailing market value while the action was instituted in court.

Amid these accusations, the EFCC is yet to comment at the time of filing this report.

AMCON is an agency set up by the federal government to acquire all toxic loans of commercial banks, with the aim of recovering them.

In November 2021, the agency submitted a list containing its top 1,000 obligors owing N4.4 trillion to the National Assembly.

Mr Kuru had said with the support of the parliament and the Judiciary, recovering the total current exposure on all Eligible Bank Asset (EBAs), which stands at N4.4 trillion, may be possible before the sunset period.

He had lamented that more recently, due to the socio-economic downturn, the market values of assets have significantly reduced, lower than the valuation at the point of EBAs purchase, making it extremely difficult to consummate sales transactions.

“To enable AMCON to succeed in its national call to duty, AMCON solicits the continued support of this Distinguished Committee. The Judiciary must be encouraged to respect the provisions of the law that require them to fast-track cases before them, issue certificates of judgement on properties, which the Corporation has no collateral and demand debtors to deposit Judgment sum before proceeding to appeal any judgement,” he had stated.

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NSCDC Denies Operating Illegal Oil Bunkering Site



Illegal Oil Bunkering Site

By Adedapo Adesanya

The Nigerian Security and Civil Defence Corps (NSCDC) has debunked the rumour that its marine exhibits yard in Ogbogoro jetty, Obio/Akpor Local Government Area of Rivers State, was an illegal oil bunkering site.

This was made known by the Rivers State Commandant of NSCDC, Mr Aliyu Bature, who explained that the Ogbogoro jetty has remained its marine exhibits yard for over 10 years.

He added that every marine exhibit like boats, vessels, barges drums, arrested by or handed over to the Corps by sister agencies for oil theft are usually detained at the yard, pending investigation and court prosecution.

This follows claims made by Obio/Akpor LGA Chairman, Mr George Ariolu, that the NSCDC marine exhibits yard in Ogbogoro was being used for illegal bunkering activities.

In the reaction to the allegation, Mr Bature disclosed that the NSCDC Commandant General, Mr Abubakar Audi, in December 2021 visited the said yard, maintaining that it was a known fact that the yard has been the Corps’ marine exhibits yard.

The agency said some of the exhibits, including 220 drums of AGO and eight Cotonou boats in the yard were seized by the Nigerian Navy and handed over to the NSCDC last week, while other vessels were taken by operatives of the Corps.

He disclosed that the agency has got an intelligence report that hoodlums were planning to attack the yard, by setting it ablaze in order to destroy the exhibits, assuring that such plans will be strongly resisted.

“This place is our marine exhibits yard and not an illegal dump. Most of the exhibits here were arrested by the Navy and handed over to us, while some of the arrests too were made by us.

“The commandant general was here in December and he’s aware that this place is our exhibits yard.

“The Commandant General has deployed personnel to ensure the place is secured, Ogbogoro jetty is a no-go area for anybody because destroying this place means destroying the exhibits to prove that these products were all stolen.

“We had it on good authority that hoodlums were planning to attack this place in order to destroy the exhibits and we will not allow that,” the statement said.

The NSCDC also urged members of the public to report any personnel of the organisation who is involved in the business of aiding and abetting oil theft, illegal bunkering and vandalism, warning that the agency will not hesitate to show such person the way out.

“If any of our personnel is caught, please report the person to us and we will discipline the person accordingly.

“The NSCDC leadership does not in any way condone acts of indiscipline. We are charged to protect critical national assets and if any of our personnel is involved, we will not take it likely.

“That is why those who were in charge of the anti-vandal unit have been disbanded, and are being investigated currently by the committee set up by the Commandant General,” the statement said.

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Senate Re-amends Electoral Bill, Okays Direct, Indirect, Consensus Primaries



Senate President Ahmad Lawan

By Modupe Gbadeyanka

The Electoral Act (Amendment) Bill, 2021, which passed by the National Assembly on November 18, 2021, and sent to President Muhammadu Buhari for assent but was rejected, has been re-amended.

The President declined assent to the bill because the parliament inserted a clause that makes it mandatory for political parties to elect candidates for elections only through direct primaries.

On Wednesday, the Senate adjusted this clause and approved direct, indirect primaries or consensus as to the procedure for the nomination of candidates by political parties for the various elective positions.

The upper chamber of the legislative arm of government, in a statement signed by Mr Ezrel Tabiowo, the Special Assistant on Press to Senate President, Mr Ahmad Lawan, said the recommended Clause 84(3) was also approved.

The section stated that “a political party that adopts the direct primaries procedure shall ensure that all aspirants are given equal opportunity of being voted for by members of the party.”

Clause 84(4) further provides that “a political party that adopts the system of indirect primaries for the choice of its candidate shall adopt the procedure outlined below; (a) In the case of nominations to the position of Presidential candidate, a political party shall, (i) hold special conventions in each of the 36 states of the federation and FCT, where delegates shall vote for each of the aspirants at designated centres in each State Capital on specified dates.”

The clause provides that a National Convention shall be held for the ratification of the candidate with the highest number of votes.

The amendment followed a motion for its re-commital to the Committee of the Whole, which was sponsored by the Senate Leader, Mr Yahaya Abdullahi.

In his presentation, the lawmaker noted that the rationale for Mr Buhari withholding assent bordered on his observation in Clause 84.

President Buhari in the letter dated December 13, 2021, and addressed to Mr Lawan had explained that his decision to withhold assent to the electoral bill was informed by advice from relevant Ministries, Departments and Agencies of Government after a thorough review.

According to the President, signing the bill into law would have serious adverse legal, financial, economic and security consequences on the country, particularly in view of Nigeria’s peculiarities.

He added that it would also impact negatively on the rights of citizens to participate in government as constitutionally ensured.

Mr Abdullahi, however, explained that the motion for re-commital of the bill to the Committee on the Whole was against the backdrop of the “need to address the observation by Mr President C-in-C and make necessary amendment in accordance with Order 87(c) of the Senate Standing Orders, 2022 (as amended); and relying on order 1(b) and 52(6) of the Senate Standing Orders, 2022 (as amended).”

Accordingly, the chamber rescinded its decision on the affected clause of the bill as passed and recommitted same to the Committee of the Whole for consideration and passage.

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