It was a moment of history for me, a gift of serendipity when the master of ceremony at the Sun newspaper awards Mr Gbenga Adeyinka invited me last Saturday to present a Lifetime Achievement Award
Journalism practice in Nigeria is akin to getting water from white stone. It is a difficult terrain, and the environment is not conducive.
Thank you for the opportunity and privilege to speak on the complicated subject, ‘Broadcast Media And National Security at a time such as this when our national security definition appears controversial...
A serial entrepreneur, Elizabeth Osho is the founder of So.Me Solutions, a communications agency based in Lagos, whose services include brand management, strategy development...
Women are generally becoming a force to reckon with in the scheme of things and have taken the bull by the horn.
I think the National Broadcasting Commission (NBC) thinks that it is either giving great journalism lectures through its circulars dished out from time to time or that it is discharging its assignment of electronic media regulation...
Let’s us not get it twisted, there will never be a cosy relationship between state actors and good journalists. And so whenever you see that state actors and journalists are harping on a buzzword, ‘we are partners .....
It’s my 20th year in academia as a lecturer. And ensuing is some season of mentorship-inclined dividends: In the first week of the exact month of my anniversary, one of my former students
A member of the House of Representatives, Rep. Olusegun Odebunmi (APC-Oyo) has pledged speedy action on the Journalism Enhancement Bill before the National Assembly.
There is this growing trend of journalists infiltrating the public relations profession with the incorrect belief that as a journalist, that automatically implies that you’ll do well in PR.
Media stakeholders, at a book presentation recently, eulogised communication and journalism scholar, Prof. Ralph Afolabi Akinfeleye, describing him as a teacher of teachers.