Journalist, two others killed in Ondo bank robbery
Three persons, including a broadcast journalist, Olubunmi Afuye, were yesterday killed during an armed robbery in a bank in Ilara-Mokin, Ifedore Local Government Area of Ondo State.
State agents arrests Punch journalist
Security operatives on Sunday arrested Correspondent of The PUNCH Newspapers, Mr. Solomon Odeniyi, who was at Dunamis Church to cover an event.
Freed American journalist remembers horrors of Myanmar junta jail
Journalist Nathan Maung turned to meditation when he was jailed for reporting on Myanmar's bloody coup, but even back home in sleepy Virginia, he can't forget those left behind, including a colleague still at the mercy of their jailers.
Nigeria’s tomorrow comes!
This piece was in part inspired by My Egbon, Sanmori Bayo Ogunmupe of The Guardian newspapers. The veteran journalist has for some time now been flirting with the idea of joining that group
MRA urges Niger governor to probe harassment of journalist
Media Rights Agenda (MRA) has urged Niger State Governor, Abubakar Bello, to investigate reports that his Chief Press Secretary (CPS), Ms Mary Noel-Barje, ordered the arrest of The Punch correspondent
IPI mourns Maida, Buhari’s former spokesman
The International Press Institute (IPI) has mourned the death of one of its pillars, Mallam Wada Maida, aged 70, who died on Monday night at his residence in Abuja.
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
With tears in her eyes or there must be an end to litigation
Let's not bother with the journalistic verbosity of “with tears in her eyes.” Where else can tears be except in the eyes? As for the alternative title of the column
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