The Guardian ex-journalist, Okeleke loses wife
The death has been announced of Mrs. Grace Okeleke, wife of a former journalist at The Guardian, Andrew Okeleke. Okeleke is currently Head, Public Relations, Globacom, Andrew Okeleke.
Former French president 'very upset' by sexual assault claim
France's oldest surviving former president Valery Giscard d'Estaing is "very upset" by an accusation of sexual assault made by a German journalist and has no recollection of such an incident
Widow of slain journalist petitions senate, wants police to take responsibility of family
The Senate yesterday received a petition on the gruesome killing of Mr. Alexander Ogbu, a journalist by men of the Nigeria Police Force (NPF) in the Federal Capital Territory (FCT) during a protest by members of the Islamic Movement in Nigeria
Slovaks vote in election haunted by journalist's murder
Slovaks voted in a general election on Saturday with the governing populists fighting for survival amid outrage over the 2018 gangland-style murder of a journalist whose stories exposed high-level corruption
Suspect in Malta journalist's murder wants deal before talking
The main suspect in the murder of investigative journalist Daphne Caruana Galizia wants a pardon before he tells all he knows about the killing, sources close to the investigation told AFP.
Journalist Jones Abiri regains freedom
Detained journalist, Jones Abiri, has finally been released. Abiri, who was detained on May 22 after his arraignment at a Federal High court in Abuja, was released after meeting all his bail conditions yesterday evening.
Government arraigns journalist for alleged terrorism, plot to topple Ayade
After 35 days in police custody, the Federal Government yesterday arraigned the publisher of an online news medium, CrossRiverWatch, Agba Jalingo, before the Federal High Court, Calabar on charges relating to terrorism, treasonable felony...
Jide Akinbiyi: The lamentations of an 86-year-old journalist
Prince Jide Akinbiyi was 27 years and 33 days old at Nigeria’s independence on October 1, 1960. He had just transferred his services from Western Nigeria Information Services to the newly established Western Nigeria Television, WNTV, First in Africa, Ibadan.
How government fails to protect journalists
The issue of press freedom has remained in the front burner across the country. While the media organisations struggle in their quest to serve as the intermediary between the government...
Remembering quintessential journalist Mac Adetoye Alabi (April 25, 1928 – August 21, 2009)
MAC Adetoyi Alabi, the famous journalist whose professional renown spread across the country, was born on April 25, 1928 at Ile-Oloke, Oke-Koto, Isale-Ijebu in Ibadan, Oyo State, Nigeria. He passed on 10 years ago at the ripe age of 81.