In 2016, ‘Journalists’ Hang Out’ ruled the airwaves
However, a lot more still needs to be done to sustain the good work: Some attention needs to be paid to ‘speaker’ and ‘subject’ control, which are the ingredients that drive production procedure.
Grasping time by his godly tuft of hair
I wonder how our New Year resolutions and agendas could reflect openness to both these notions of time. Chronos time is real, time measured by the earth’s rotation around the sun. But it is also predictable.
With N8.3b capital allocation… It’s a lean purse for information, culture ministry
When Information and Culture Minister, Alhaji Lai Mohammed, was asked early last year to comment on the amount allocated to the ministry in the 2016 budget, a little over N45.1 billion...
Alfons Hug is back in Lagos, 29 years after he left the country with swag and a Nigerian wife. He has returned to the same duty post that he ran magisterially from 1984 to 1987.
Nollywood kicks as NFC moves to transform to commission
The hearing on a bill for an act to repeal the Nigerian Film Corporation Act, Cap N109, laws of the Federation of Nigeria 2004, and re-enact the Nigerian Film Commission Act 2016, to regulate the film industry in Nigeria.....
Uloakonwa… Tribute to a mother
Literally her name, Uloakonwa, translates to ‘there will always be a child in the home.’ This is the first name of the mother of this biographer, Callistus Chinedu Iwuozo.
Seeing Ladipo Auto Parts Market through Otolorin’s lens
Popular Ladipo auto spare parts market in Lagos was the focus of photographer, Seun Otolorin, when his exhibition titled Ladipo: gods of Machines opened at Didi Museum, Victoria Island, Lagos
‘Opportunities to partner, tell stories are huge in Nigeria’
Some months ago, CNN launched a new, multi-platform operation in Lagos, Nigeria, designed to give the network a nimble, broad-based, digital-first presence in Africa’s most populous country.