Nigerian Guild of Editors (NGE) has said the media has a greater stake in promoting the cause of democracy, since its survival, growth and development are intrinsically linked to its sustenance. It, therefore, has a huge responsibility to put political actors on their toes.
Sixty-Two years after independence, stakeholders, after appraising the media landscape, have argued that the sector has fared relatively well. They, however, stressed the need for the media to uphold ethical conduct and continuously ...
Ahead of the 2023 general elections, over 400 editors will converge on Owerri, the Imo State capital, between November 9 and 12, to interrogate the political landscape with security chiefs, members of the Independent National Electoral Commission...
1 Mar 2022
United States has commended the Nigerian Guild of Editors (NGE) for defending democracy against all odds. Speaking in Yola, yesterday, at a three-day town hall meeting organised by NGE, the spokesperson of the United State’s Embassy, Jeanne Clark...
18 Jan 2022
The Nigerian Guild of Editors (NGE) has slated its town hall meeting for the North West geo-political zone for tomorrow (Wednesday) in Kano.
15 Nov 2021
The Nigerian Guild of Editors (NGE) has received $226,889 (N93.3 million) from the United States through its Embassy in Nigeria to strengthen the capacity of its members for better delivery of their constitutional duties of holding government accountable to the people.
26 Oct 2021
Insecurity, no doubt, is one of the major challenges facing the country today. In fact, for over a decade, Nigeria has been disturbed by activities of Boko Haram and their ISWAP counterparts...
20 Aug 2021
The Nigerian Guild of Editors (NGE) has congratulated its former president, Garba Mohammed, on his appointment as the Group General Manager (Public Affairs) of the Nigerian National Petroleum Corporation (NNPC).