Journalists hail Shaibu as exemplary leader, bridge builder
The Correspondents’ Chapel of the Nigeria Union of Journalists (NUJ), Edo State Council has lauded Deputy Governor Philip Shaibu for his service to humanity as he attains 50.
‘Nigerian journalists not technologically equipped for practice’
Technology is transforming the way journalists work, but it is also changing the way governments are able to censor the media, according to Joel Simon, executive director of the Committee to Protect Journalists (CPJ).
Journalists, others allegedly barred as ‘secret trial’ of Jalingo begins in Calabar
The “secret trial” of a journalist and human rights activist, Agba Jalingo, began yesterday in Calabar with journalists, lawyers and others allegedly locked out. The publisher, who is believed to be incarcerated by Governor Ben Ayade...
FIDA, journalists, others march against rape, defilement in Ekiti State
As part of the actions targeted at reducing the incidences of rape, defilement and child trafficking in Ekiti State, the Federation of International Women Lawyers (FIDA) and Nigeria Union of Journalists (NUJ)
Rights group writes NHRC, U.S. over detention of journalists in Cross River
A political pressure group, Concerned Nigerians, has urged the National Human Rights Commission (NHRC) and the United States (U.S.) to commence an investigation into the growing clampdown on press freedom and freedom of expression in Cross River State.
Budget 2020: Senate's secret meetings turn violent as committee chases journalists out
The secrecy that has characterised the processing of the 2020 Budget bill in the Senate led to a mild drama yesterday at the National Assembly. The Committee on Special Duties headed by Senator Yusuf Yusuf practically chased journalists out of a meeting
IPC demands investigation into attacks on journalists in Calabar
The International Press Centre (IPC), Lagos has called on security operatives in Calabar to immediately investigate and apprehend alleged perpetrators of recent attacks on journalists working with Akwa Ibom State Broadcasting Corporation (AKBC).
Russian opposition plans major Moscow protest after crackdown
Russian opposition supporters plan a major protest in Moscow on Saturday after police detained thousands at recent demonstrations that have been among the largest since President Vladimir Putin's return to the Kremlin in 2012.
‘We’re determined to grow revenue, raise compliance level at PTML’
Customs Controller in charge of Nigeria’s automobile port at Port Terminal Multi-Services Limited (PTML) in Apapa, Lagos, Florence Olusunmbo Dixon, in this interview with journalists, spoke on the command’s mid-year performance and strategy for increased revenue generation, as well as compliance level of importers and agents. EDU ABADE reports
Journalists investigating Russia targeted by cyberattacks
Reporters investigating Russian military intelligence have been targeted by highly sophisticated cyberattacks through their encrypted email accounts, with evidence suggesting Moscow was responsible, the email service provider ProtonMail and journalists said Saturday.