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Anote Ajeluorou

25 Oct
As campaigns for the 2023 general elections kicks off, Director Media Justice Nigeria (MJN), Anote Ajeluorou, has canvassed utmost civility and charged politicians and their supporters to ensure media men and women are not hindered from doing their job of informing the electorate.
29 Aug
Media Justice Nigeria (MJN) has expressed satisfaction that after hues and cries by it and other stakeholders in the media ecosystem, the Nigeria Broadcasting Commission (NBC) saw reason not to continue its punitive action of shutting ...
27 May 2021
Children's book author and journalist, Mr. Anote Ajeluorou (author of Igho Goes to Farm), On-Air-Personality (OAP - @Mega FM, Warri) and author of Distortions, Lady Ejiro Umukoro and another On-Air-Personality....
31 May 2020
Remain positive, hopeful and Inquisitive,” that is how the author of children’s storybook, Igho Goes to Farm, Mr. Anote Ajeluorou, has charged children in Nigeria and around the globe as the world continues to battle the deadly Coronavirus pandemic that has temporarily...
1 Oct 2019
In this interview with ANOTE AJELUOROU on the occasion of the 59th anniversary of Nigeria’s Independence, Distinguished Professor of English at University of New Orleans, U.S., confronts Nigeria’s dying democracy... ON October 1, 2019, Nigeria will be 59 years old. You are about 13 years older than your country. But does the country behave like…
18 Sep 2019
Two Lagos-based journalists and fiction writers – Anote Ajeluorou of The Guardian and Henry Akubuiro of The Sun — will be lead discussants in a creative writing masterclass to be held at the Department...
17 Jul 2019
The Guardian’s head of politics, Mr. Anote Ajeluorou, told the 85 student-guests of Nobel laureate Prof. Wole Soyinka and other dignitaries that his debut...
10 Jul 2019
The Guardian’s head of politics, Mr. Anote Ajeluorou, will present his debut children’s storybook, Igho Goes to Farm, to the 85 student participants and dignitaries in Lagos and Abeokuta on July 12 and 14 as part of OpenDoorSeries/Wole Soyinka International Culture Exchange (WSICE 2019) programmes designed to celebrate iconic Nobel laureate, Wole Soyinka. A special…

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