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2 days ago
Insecurity, no doubt, is one of the major challenges facing the country today. In fact, for over a decade, Nigeria has been disturbed by activities of Boko Haram and their ISWAP counterparts...
2 days ago
In every country around the world, hate speech threatens human rights and social stability, exacerbating conflict and tensions in all regions. In the context of COVID-19, hateful content...
19 Oct
Thirty-five years after his gruesome murder, members of Nigeria Union of Journalists, League of Nigerian Columnists (LNC) and stakeholders in the pen profession have stressed the need for immortalisation
12 Oct
Journalism practice in Nigeria is akin to getting water from white stone. It is a difficult terrain, and the environment is not conducive.
12 Oct
Sixty-one years after independence, stakeholders have said the media industry has lived up to expectation by holding public office holders accountable.
12 Oct
Although the number of journalists killed around the world has declined, far too many are still paying the ultimate price for their reporting.
12 Oct
As part of efforts to sanitise the integrated marketing communication space, the Advertising Practitioners Council of Nigeria (APCON) has unveiled a code of conduct titled, Advertising Industry Standard of Practice (AISOP).
12 Oct
NECCI public relations will hold its yearly roundtable on Thursday, October 28, 2021 at Eko Hotel & Suites, Lagos. This year’s event marks the 21st edition of the conference. The time is 10:00am to 1:00pm. It holds in a hybrid format — live and virtual.
29 Sep
Since the onset of the COVID-19 pandemic outbreak in 2019, there has been a global co-extending surge of an infodermic of misinformation in managing the COVID-19 crisis. These misinformations have gained popularity through various platforms, and especially through opinion leaders in societies. The secretary-general of the United States, UN António Guterres had warned earlier in…
28 Sep
United Nations Educational Scientific and Cultural Organisation (UNESCO) has launched a global toolkit for judicial actors on international legal standards on freedom of expression
28 Sep
Stakeholders in the media industry have raised concern over high operational costs and stringent regulations set by the National Broadcasting Commission (NBC), which pose challenges in the industry.
28 Sep
Former Deputy Senate President, Ike Ekweremadu, has stated that a society where the people don’t have opportunity to air their views was dead, stressing that freedom of speech is an essential ingredient of democracy.
28 Sep
Media Rights Agenda (MRA), yesterday, inducted the National Commission for Museums and Monuments (NCMM) into its Freedom of Information (FOI) Hall of Shame, accusing it of a lawless disregard

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The Pharmaceutical Society of Nigeria (PSN) has given reasons why Nigerians cannot feel the impact of Central Bank of Nigeria’s (CBN’s) N100 billion intervention fund for the pharmaceutical sector until next year.
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Unless the world adopts universal availability of COVID-19 vaccines by ending ‘vaccine apartheid’, the global economic recovery will be much slower than expected, Director-General of the International Labour Organisation ...
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Nigeria’s hydra-headed challenges including smartphone affordability, network hitches and low awareness appear to weaken the adoption of eNaira in the country.
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Despite President Muhammadu Buhari’s promises at a recent international forum that allocation to education would be increased by at least 50 per cent in the next few years and by about 100 per cent by 2025...
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President of the Senate, Ahmed Lawan, will, today, lead federal lawmakers and other dignitaries to this year’s national prayer breakfast at the senate wing of the National Assembly complex, Abuja.