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Steve Bruce says there have been “no discussions” on his future - and he has tried to “keep my respect and dignity” following Newcastle’s takeover, reports BBC.
Although the number of journalists killed around the world has declined, far too many are still paying the ultimate price for their reporting.
The National President, Nigeria Union of Journalists (NUJ), Chris Isiguzo, has been elected unopposed to lead the union for the second time.
For better experiences and engagements with the digital space to creatively solve problems, an Abuja-based firm, Logiscool, has tutored 48 journalists on coding in the Federal Capital Territory
Ondo State Governor, Oluwarotimi Akeredolu, will today sign a bill for the establishment of the state Security Trust Fund into law, giving the State Security Network, Amotekun Corps, a legal and financial framework.
Former Deputy Senate President, Ike Ekweremadu, has stated that a society where the people don’t have opportunity to air their views was dead, stressing that freedom of speech is an essential ingredient of democracy.
With myriads of security challenges confronting the country such as kidnapping, banditry and terrorism, participants at a recent capacity building workshop on Conflict Reporting
The Indigenous People of Biafra (IPOB) has debunked what it described as fallacious, a statement credited to one Petrus Obi against the group concerning the Nigerian Union of Journalist
Let us state urgently and urgently that the columnist, this columnist, is yielding this column again to our readers who are honest followers of it at dawn, at noon, or at dusk.
Media Rights Agenda (MRA), yesterday, filed a suit asking the Federal High Court, Lagos to declare that the failure of the Federal Government to take effective measures to investigate
In the big spirit of our broad democratic tongue, mind, heart, eyes, nostrils, ears and skin, this column is devoting today to some ardent followers of it.
The air in Tokyo is hot, humid, sticky. The city is ready for the first Olympics in full pandemic with its usual sweltering summer climate