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Nwoye, Ogahi and Opaluwa for August Guest Writer Session 

 The trio of May Ifeoma Nwoye, Seth Ogahi and Ladi Opaluwa are set to feature at the August 26, 2017 edition of the Guest Writer Session. The Guest Writer Session is a monthly initiative of the Abuja Writers’ Forum (AWF). This month's edition will hold by 4pm at the Aso Hall of Nanet Suites, Ekiti House,  Abuja. May Ifeoma Nwoye is a Professor of Business Administration and  former University Bursar. The pa ...

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Get tuned to Yell Consumer Radio!

An online radio station, totally dedicated to consumer issues, Yell C is to be launched soon. The station according to its founder, Sola Salako-Ajulo will not only be a platform for consumers to express their views and complain, but also be a platform to educate, enlighten and empower consumers about their consumer rights and responsibilities. “Finally, here comes a radio station totally dedicated to your c ...

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NIJ commences 2017/18 admission

The Nigerian Institute of Journalism (NIJ) Lagos has commenced admissions for its various courses for the 2017/2018 academic session. The foremost media institution is admitting students into its various programs which includes National Diploma, Higher National Diploma and Post Graduate Diploma. The institution has also advertised 12 weeks certificate courses in photography and effective writing in communic ...

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El-Rufa’i denies muzzling media in Kaduna

Kaduna State Governor, Nasiru El-Rufai has denied that his government is muzzling the media and impinging on the rights of people to free speech. He denied the accusation in a  message to the opening of a workshop on conflict prevention and peace building for civil society organisations organized by the Institute for Peace and Conflict Resolution and the United Nations Development Programme. El-Rufai who wa ...

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Experts worried over censorship of campus journalism

By Efosa Taiwo and Nurudeen Salako Law and journalism experts have expressed concerns over standards of campus journalism practice in the country due to high rate of censorship of by authorities of the institutions. The experts who spoke at the Ogun State Campus Journalism Summit organised by Press Club MAPOLY in Abeokuta said these stifling conditions will result in docile media practice on campuses. Speak ...

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IPC condemns police attack on journalist

The International Press Centre (IPC), Lagos-Nigeria has condemned the assault of Mr. Amadin Uyi, a reporter with the Silverbird Television, by police officers during the peaceful anti-Buhari protest at Unity Fountain in Abuja on  August 8, 2017. Uyi, alongside his cameraman, was reportedly brutally attacked, while the camera was snatched and its content tampered with. The Director of IPC, Mr. Lanre Arogunda ...

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Journalists urged to elevate science reportage

Former Head, Communication and Media Enterprise Department, Pan Atlantic University, Dr Isah Mommoh has urged journalists to elevate science reportage to national consciousness. He made the call during the Nigeria Academy of Science (NAS) Annual Award for Science Journalists and Appreciation Luncheon in Lagos. Speaking on the topic, ”Scientific journalism for award winning innovation and national developmen ...

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Authors, journalists, photographers to earn royalties soon – REPRONIG

The Reproduction Rights Society of Nigeria (REPRONIG) says it is poised to ensure that tertiary institutions pay royalty to authors, journalists and photographers whose works are being photocopied on campuses. Mr John Asein, the Executive Director of REPRONIG made this known in an interview with the News Agency of Nigeria (NAN) on Thursday in Abuja. He said that there were authors and writers whose books an ...

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Young & Purposeful: Tijani of The Cable clinches Chevening Award

Talking about young and getting it, Oluwamayowa Tijani is a young journalist who knows his onions and is obviously on a path to greater feat in his media journey. The graduate of the University of Ibadan, staff writer and columnist at TheCable, has won the Chevening scholarship for a master’s degree in the UK. Chevening scholarship,  an award by the UK Foreign and Commonwealth Office (FCO) is valued at over ...

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Oladipo elected Online Publishers President

The Publisher of The Eagle Online, Dotun Oladipo, has been elected President of the Guild of Corporate Online Publishers. Oladipo who was the General Secretary of the organization was elected in the election conducted on Wednesday in Lagos. Also elected into the National Executive Committee of the Guild are the Publisher, Real News, Maureen Chigbo, as Deputy President; Publisher, Newsdiaryonline, Danlami Nm ...

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