Saturday, 3rd June 2023

Adewale Adeoye

15 Mar
Leaders of ethnic groups, community-based organisations, civil society and artisan-led associations have sued for peace in the land, particularly Lagos, as governorship and Houses of Assembly elections hold this weekend.
9 Feb
Civil society groups, including Ford Foundation West African Regional Office and Journalists for Democratic Rights (JODER), have established a centre for children living with disabilities in Lagos State.
3 Jan
Publisher, National Point, Ibiba Don Pedro; Executive Director, International Press Centre (IPC), Lanre Arogundade and Executive Director, Journalists for Democratic Rights (JODER), Adewale Adeoye ...
2 Mar 2018
As a little boy, investigating a complex situation was my hobby. My contact with James Hadley Chase fueled my passion and made me his addict.
31 Oct 2017
“By reporting diversity, journalists are also promoting good governance, preventing conflict and deepening the culture of debate, dialogue and strengthening the capacity of the media to promote the public good.”
19 Oct 2017
Executive Director of the group, Adewale Adeoye, gave the charge in Lagos at a media session organised for journalists, insisting that they have a great role to play in conflicts resolution and development of the country.
27 Jun 2017
No doubt, the media plays an important role in the development of any nation with its prevalent contributions to prominent sectors that add to the economic growth among others.
25 Jun 2017
The working group made up of leaders of youth driven bodies will work with leaders of indigenous communities, faith-based groups and the civil society towards a people-driven mechanism for peaceful co-coexistence.
20 Jun 2017
The officials of Journalists for Democratic Rights (JODER) and Ford Foundation, West African region, have said that the prevailing high rate of poverty and corruption in the country was responsible for the growing level of incidences of tension and violence in Nigeria...
6 Jun 2017
Journalists for Democratic Rights (JODER) has tasked the media on fairness and objectivity, noting that this will promote development agenda in the nation.
4 Jun 2017
Journalists for Democratic Rights (JODER) will tomorrow in Lagos, hold a one-day diversity training programme for Nigerian journalists. No fewer than 30 journalists drawn from electronic, print and social media will attend the programme.


The Federal Government has banned underage children from participating in the National Common Entrance Examination for admission into the Unity Schools across the country.
Tensions remained high in Senegal on Saturday after fresh overnight clashes brought the death toll to 15 in the two days since a court convicted opposition leader Ousmane Sonko.
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The Convoy of the Governor of Kogi State, Yahaya Bello was on Saturday blocked and attacked by people believed to be supporters of Alh. Muritala Yakubu Ajaka. The incident which occured at about 12.30 hours left many people injured.
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The Senator representing Kogi West in the National Assembly, Smart Adeyemi, says legislative experiences of President Bola Tinubu....
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Manchester United manager Erik ten Hag handed Fred a start in Saturday's FA Cup final against Manchester City