21 years of democracy, media still under threat, say stakeholders
May 29, marked 21 years since Nigeria returned to democratic rule after 16 years interregnum. Chief Olusegun Obasanjo acknowledged the role of media when he won the 1999 presidential election
Police deny fresh killings in Southern Kaduna
Kaduna Police Command has warned journalists over alleged fake reports on armed herdsmen attacks in Southern Kaduna, saying that the full weight of the law
HURIWA condemns harassment, detention of journalists by minister, DSS
The Human Rights Writers Association of Nigeria (HURIWA) has condemned the harassment and arbitrary arrest Journalist Rotimi Jolayemi also known as Oba Akewi
Ebonyi governor Umahi gives palliatives to journalists
The Ebonyi State Government has donated items and cash to the state Council of Nigeria Union of Journalists (NUJ) to cushion the effect of coronavirus.
Uzoho explains why African goalkeepers are not regulars in foreign clubs
Super Eagles Goalkeeper, Francis Uzoho, has disclosed that African goalkeepers don’t usually earn first-team shirts in their various clubs in Europe because of the clubs
Ensuring safety of the watchdog during COVID-19, beyond
The world, today, is in a war situation, with journalists and media practitioners as frontline soldiers, because of their quest to bring information to the people without fear or favour.
Ogun government extends lockdown by 1 week
Ogun Government says it is constrained to extend the existing lockdown in the state by one week. Gov. Dapo Abiodun, who made this known while addressing journalists in Abeokuta
Press Freedom Day: Stakeholders advocate free, accurate information to curb COVID-19
The 2020 World Press Freedom Day will be marked around the globe today with less fanfare due to Coronavirus pandemic, which is ravaging humanity. Although the theme of this year’s celebration