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Change of Name: ‘Hausa Times’ to ‘Manuniya’

Dear Valued Customer/Readers.

We are excited to share important news regarding the evolution of our company and how this change will
benefit you. We are delighted to announce that our company name will be changing as of May 15th,
2019, from “HAUSA TIMES” to ‘MANUNIYA’.

This name change will allow us to present ourselves as truly the most investigative, reliable, and trusted Hausa news website.

Our commitment to our customers, readers and partners remains our highest priority. By rebranding ourselves as MANUNIYA, we believe that we are providing our customers and readers especially the Hausa speaking communities all over the world with the best, fresh and reliable selection of news and trending issues of the day.

Further, as part of this exciting company rebranding effort, MANUNIYA will be adopting new logo that better express our commitment and services.

However, this letter is intended to offer notice that all social media handles, Facebook Page, Website, invoicing, signboards and all related documents will be rebranded after May 15th, 2019.

Please note that our website at is also shut down as we are upgrading and updating to and

For your future reference, we would like to share with you the new logo that will replace our old logo
on all corporate documents, envelopes, invoices, websites, social media handles, pages, Facebook, Twitter, Instagram etc.

We thank you for your continued support and patronage, and we look forward to sharing our new look
with you.


Mashkur Ibrahim
CEO and Publisher
(Manuniya Media Services Ltd)


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