According to the official website of City people magazine, one of its reporters covering Yoruba movie industry, Gbolahan Adetayo who recently won the Tush award for young journalist of the year in December 2015 has another good reason to celebrate as he got signed on by Zion services Nigeria limited which is owned by Hon. Dr Akin Olowookere, for his contribution to the growth of the media in Nigeria.
A plot of land in Nigeria Unity Museum and Trade tourism village (NUMAT VILLE), located at the media quarter, Panda, Karo LGA in Abuja came with the deal, this automatically makes the young journalist a land owner in Abuja.
Zion Services Nigeria limited partners the federal ministry of lands, housing and urban development for this project.
The idea behind this project is to build a national unity village that will be equipped to foster national unity and national sense of belonging to every Nigerian community through the creation of a permanent,specialized municipality where every ward, local government, state and geopolitical zone is represented and established.