Deputy Governor of MarebAbd-RabboMiftah launched on Saturday the training program made by Mareb Information Office for activists and media amateurs.
Under the motto "Future Media People," a training course for 37 trainees has been commenced today. The course will last for six days.
In today's battle against the rebel militia, the word and information have equal importance to fighting in battlefields for regaining the state's institutions and has a significant role in progress and development, said Miftah.
He confirmed on integration between all social categories, forces, intellectuals and leaders for regaining the state and reconstruction, as well as getting rid of the sectarian thought taught by Houthi militia.
Miftah stressed that Mareb, which has been receiving displaced people from different provinces, has become embodying the whole Yemen and needs all hands for overcoming difficulties and activating development.
The Director of Information Office in MarebAwadh al-Huweisek has reviewed objectives of the program and its significance after Houthi rebel militia stormed Sana'a and other provinces and seized, looted and shut down media institutions
The importance of such programs comes also after Houthisarrested journalists and prisoning them.
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