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21 Jul 2020
The University of Lagos aka UNILAG is a much-respected institution of higher learning in Nigeria. That is why it is the university of first choice for many students who want a place where they can study and graduate with minimum disruption to the calendar of their lives.
23 Jul 2019
Speaker of the House of Representatives, Mr Femi Gbajabiamila says the house needs the support of seasoned Nigerians to succeed in making laws for‎ good governance of the country.
15 Apr 2019
President Muhammadu Buhari and other stakeholders across different spheres of the economy have hailed the achievement of the former Executive Director...
14 Dec 2018
The Guardian and a member of staff, Dr. Monday Evawomaha, have been recognised by the Nigerian-British Chamber of Commerce (NBCC) at its presidential dinner and awards. Positioned to promote trade and investment between Nigeria and United Kingdom since its establishment in 1977, the chamber is also affiliated with the British Chambers of Commerce (BCC), thus…
12 Dec 2018
In its drive to enhance members’ businesses, the Nigeria-British of Chambers and Commerce (NBCC) has disclosed plans to fully engage the Information Technology...
12 Dec 2018
The question of media independence is an age-old one. Discourses around it sail through all notions and theories of communication and may continually be so.
28 Nov 2018
Media executives in Nigeria have warned members of the public against the spread of fake news on social and traditional media platforms as the 2019 elections approach. The executives spoke at the launch of CrossCheck Nigeria, a verification project for Nigerian journalists to tackle false news at Ikeja, Lagos. A member of the Editorial Board,…
21 Oct 2018
The Chief Executive Officer of Channels Television, Mr. Tony Momoh, has identified ethnicity as the greatest impediment facing the country’s cohesion and transformation, saying that has prevented quality leaders, to emerge in Nigeria.
30 Aug 2018
There is a looming showdown between the National Broadcasting Commission (NBC) and some radio and television broadcasters in Nigeria over the inability of the commission to recover over N4 billion in licensing fees from the licensees.
13 Mar 2018
Media practitioners have canvassed the review of Nigerian Media Code of Election to guide against hate speech. They made the appeal in Lagos at a two-day meeting of International Press Centre...
7 Mar 2018
Media practitioners have canvassed a review of the Nigerian Media Code of Elections.
27 Feb 2018
Traditional media platforms have been enjoined to push out contents that are qualitative in order not to be pushed aside by the rising profile of Social Media.

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