It can be beautiful, indeed, seeing children smartly attired marching, singing and waving hands, marking Children’s Day. For teachers, it is a day of pride. For parents, it is a day of delight and immeasurable joy. In state capitals, school children gather at the feet of their governors who make promises of better days ahead…
Opera News is shaking things up for the World Cup
Opera News has been updated with loads of new features that let users experience the football World Cup 2018. Football fans among Opera News users will now be able to choose their favourite team and follow all the updates of the competition with live scores and kickoff reminders for every match. “The World Cup happens…
PwC predicts 12.1 percent growth for media in five years
According to the latest report by global accounting firm, Price Water Copper (PWC), Nigeria would be the world’s fastest-growing Entertainment and Media (E&M) market over the coming five years with a 12.1 per cent Compound Annual Growth Rate (CAGR), while the slowest-growing will be Japan, put at 1.7 per cent CAGR.
African Women in the Media Conference holds in Ibadan
African Women in the Media 2018 Conference, which has ‘Visibility’ as theme will host female journalists delegates from around the world at University of Ibadan Conference Centre from June 21 through 22, 2018.
Noah’s Ark appoints Ekeno Eyo as COO
Noah’s Ark Communications Limited has appointed Ekeno Eyo as the new Chief Operating Officer (COO) of the agency. With the appointment, Eyo will be responsible for the agency’s brand management functions and general operations with added responsibilities across the group.
Charles O’tudor Brand Master Class second edition holds tomorrow
Brand strategist and entrepreneur, Charles O’Tudor is gearing up to hold the second edition of Charles O’Tudor Brand Master Class Season Two (COBM02). The event, which coincides with O’Tudor’s 47th birthday, is a special giveback to the society.
A yellow card for Gernot Rohr
If the Super Eagles fail to make it past the group stage in Russia, Gernot Rohr should be sacked right away. In fact, he should return to his country from Russia because he won’t be welcome back here. I am not a fan of foreign coaches for the national team.
A master stroke
President Muhammadu Buhari’s decision to bring the June 12 imbroglio to a resounding closure is simply a political master stroke. He has declared June 12, the day 25 years ago, that MKO Abiola won the presidential election that Professor Humphrey Nwosu conducted the real Democracy Day. The result of that election was blocked midway by…
‘Halt slide to anarchy for June 12 recognition to count’
Position of Southern and Middle Belt Leaders Forum on state of the nation In the midst of the euphoria generated by the recognition of June 12 as the Democracy Day and the honoring of the winner of the freest and fairest elections in the history of Nigeria we, of the Southern and Middle Belt Leaders…
LG introduces energy- saving air-conditioners
Customers who desire to use air conditioners with small capacity generators can smile to the market, as LG electronics has launched its 2.5HP capacity gencool air conditioning unit specifically designed for Nigerian market. Its affordability, durability, energy efficiency allows it save up to 70 per cent running cost through its advanced inverter V technology. This…
Scrutinising the media after 19 years of democracy
Nineteen years of unbroken democracy gives the impression that Nigeria is making progress with civilian governance. However, it is necessary to examine how far the idea of press freedom has helped to deepen or hinder democracy. While acknowledging the role of the press in sustaining democracy, former U.S. president, Thomas Jefferson, once said, “Were it…