Friday, 7th October 2022
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25 Aug
Predictably, as the dust of political contestation is gradually being kicked up, strange things start to occur. This is even when the gladiators are warming up and rehearsing.
17 Aug
The imposition of fines by the Federal Government on three broadcasting stations for the airing of the documentary by the BBC Africa Eye
16 Aug
As part of efforts to encourage vibrant journalism, Lagos Business School (LBS) Sustainability Centre and Nestle Nutrition Institute, recently, trained journalists on solutions journalism, climate change, health and environmental awareness and how they apply to business, agriculture and society.
27 Jul
The Deputy Vice-Chancellor (DVC) of Ajayi Crowther University, Oyo, Prof. Olumuyiwa Popoola, has become a member of the Nigerian Academy of Letters (NAL).
17 Jul
Again, I have seen the hope of a better Nigeria despite the present darkness. I mean in spite of the clear and present danger to the federation that is already on the brink, I see hope.
28 Jun
Speaking on the significance of investigative journalism and the safety of journalists, the Vice-Chancellor, Federal University Kashere, Gombe State, Professor Umaru Pate canvassed safety
3 May
Dr. Festus Adedayo is a political communication scholar, author and lawyer. He was a media adviser to two executive governors. In this interview with ROTIMI AGBOLUAJE
5 Apr
The immediate past chairman, of the Nigerian Union of Journalists (NUJ), Lagos State Council, Dr Qassim Akinreti, has advised students of journalism to take advantage of the disruption
20 Mar
The FineDope and Creative Manager, Oghomwenomase Osaivbie, also known as OVO during a recent talk session with journalists in Lagos State said: "Having gone through the space
16 Feb
Allow me space to congratulate the widow, brothers, sisters, children and relatives of the former Lagos State governor and dean of Nigerian journalism, Alhaji Lateef Jakande
Nigeria journalists
19 Dec 2021
There is this friend of mine, a very evil wag named Vitone, who keeps stressing that journalists must be made to wear uniforms like policemen. My friend argues that the role of journalists as societal watchdogs places them on the same pedestal as the police.
11 Dec 2021
Wentors, a global organisation focused on the increasing rate of participation and retention of women in technology through mentorship, has added a new member, Mfon Ekpo


3 mins ago
Scammers stole cryptocurrency worth roughly $100 million from Binance, the world's biggest exchange for crypto assets, the firm said on Friday.
11 mins ago
As political parties strategise to put out formidable campaigns to woo voters ahead of the 2023 general elections, Yiaga Africa yesterday released a preliminary report indicating a decline of youth candidacy from 34 per cent in the 2019 general elections to 28 per cent in 2023 general elections.
1 hour ago
Iran said Friday an investigation into the death in custody of Mahsa Amini found she lost her life to illness rather than reported beatings that sparked three weeks of bloody protests. Amini, 22, died on September 16, three days after falling into a coma following her arrest in Tehran by the morality police for allegedly…
1 hour ago
Mike Makinde made history on Saturday by joining the prestigious class of Nigeria Cup winners. The honour came through his victory in the 25th edition of the Nigeria Cup; a weeklong competition put together to celebrate the nation's Independence anniversary. Relishing the outcome of the competition, the 11-handicap player said he never envisage winning the…
1 hour ago
The Governor of Ekiti, Dr Kayode Fayemi, on Friday signed six bills recently passed by the State House of Assembly into law, the News Agency of Nigeria (NAN) reports.