Reinventing the media in age of disruption
With digital technology reducing the circulation of mainstream newspapers, and the art of news consumption, gathering and writing more democratised, the need for journalists to remain relevant on the digital platform becomes imperative.
The Guardian, police to hold national security summit
Against the background of the pervasive violence and criminality in the country, The Guardian and the Nigeria Police Force are to organise a national security summit.
Police arrest hoodlums who robbed The Guardian Editor
Barely 24 hours The Guardian newspaper’s Editor-in-Chief, Mr. Debo Adesina, was robbed in broad daylight on Oshodi Bridge, the Nigeria Police Force, Lagos Command have arrested the traffic robbers. The Guardian had reported earlier how the robbers took to their heels immediately after dispossessing Adesina of his phones and other valuables. According to witnesses and…
Robbers attack The Guardian’s Editor-in-Chief on Oshodi Bridge
The Guardian newspaper’s Editor-in-Chief, Mr. Debo Adesina, was yesterday attacked by suspected daredevil traffic robbers in broad day light on Oshodi Bridge.
Adesina lauds Buhari’s war on corruption
The Executive Head, Editorial Board of The Guardian Newspapers, Mr. Debo Adesina, has commended President Muhammadu Buhari for his achievements in fighting the war against corruption.
Adesina delivers UMCAA’s lecture at UNILAG
The second Distinguished Lecture Series of the University of Lagos (UNILAG) Mass Communication Alumni Association (UMCAA) holds tomorrow, October 20, 2016 at the Main Auditorium ...
Adesina, Nigeria and the money problem
In his column titled “Nigeria and the money problem” in The Guardian, Monday, July 25, 2016, Debo Adesina attacked the current dishonest relationship between the Federal Government and the state governments, structure wise.