Path to peace
In the ’50s the Michael Okpara government of Eastern Nigeria had farm settlements. Farmers lived in those settlements close to their farmlands and there were facilities in these settlements that supported family life. They had water and electricity.
University of Ibadan hosts ACSPN history series today
The University of Ibadan, through the Department of Communication and Language Arts, is set to host the first edition of Association of Communication Scholars and Professionals of Nigeria (ACSPN) History Series organised by the South West Zone of ACSPN.
Chivita 100%, Indigo win big at Marketing Edge award
For the second year running, Chivita 100 percent won the highly coveted Outstanding Juice Brand of the Year Award at the Marketing Edge Awards for Excellence, thereby affirming its dominance in the Nigerian juice brand segment.
WASCO engages consumers, traders at market activation
The West African Seasoning Company Ltd. (WASCO) recently embarked on an interesting market activation and sensitisation on the usage of its Ajinomoto seasoning at Onitsha, the commercial city of Anambra State.
Finding blend of Nigerian, intercontinental experience in Circa Prive
For the Lebanese Hadi Bazan, the Chief Executive Officer of Circa Prive, cooking mouthwatering dishes and excellent customer satisfaction is of utmost priority. Chef Hadi, as fondly called by satisfied guests, brings to bear his creativity in the preparation, design, and presentation of the food menu at the restaurant.
When Three Crowns cares for mothers’ hearts
Three Crowns dairy brand recently provided low cholesterol milk-based breakfast to over 8,000 mothers across various locations in Nigeria to care for their hearts and physical well-being.
The Reunion set to hit cinemas
All is set for the release of The Reunion across the cinemas nationwide from August 16. The movie which is Fojo Media Productions debut outing in the cinemas...
AfCFTA: Better late than never
At long last, after some dithering and procrastination that was in tune with the well-known policy of government to look thoroughly well before leaping, President Muhammadu Buhari last Sunday in Niamey signed the African Continental Free Trade Area (AfCFTA), agreement. With that, Nigeria became the 53rd country out of the 55 countries in Africa to…
Why campus and community broadcasters should adhere to operating guidelines
Addressing a gathering last Wednesday in Kano, Director General of the NBC, Mallam Is’haq Modibbo Kawu, frowned at the conduct of practitioners over issues bordering on breach of the code for campus as well as community broadcasting.
Nigerian agency’s ‘From Crap Scripts to Crazy Films’ workshop shines at Cannes
The 66th edition of the Cannes Lions International Festival of Creativity may have come and gone but the ripples from the ‘World Cup’ of advertising will remain a talking point for many years to come.
Hollaport App set to bridge financial inclusion gaps
As part of effort aimed at bridging financial inclusion gaps in the country, the management of Hollaport Technologies Limited has launched an app that will ease financial transaction and enable users send and receive money using their phone contact.