NUJ, NGE, NAWOJ charge media on reporting COVID-19 Delta variant
The Nigeria Union of Journalists (NUJ), Nigerian Guild of Editors (NGE) and Nigeria Association of Women Journalists (NAWOJ) have stressed the need for media professionals to enlighten
NAWOJ tasks police on alleged human parts sellers in Rivers
The Rivers State Police Command has been urged to end the rising cases of killing and trading of human parts in the state by redoubling its efforts in crime fighting.
Coalition wants media support for citizen driven electoral amendment bill
A coalition of civil society groups has stressed the need for media to ensure that the 2021 Electoral Amendment Bill reflects citizens’ priorities and inputs from women, youth, Persons Living with Disabilities...
Akeredolu appoints 19 permanent secretaries, three tutors-general
Ondo State Governor Oluwarotimi Akeredolu has approved the appointment of 19 permanent secretaries, including a journalist, three tutors-general and a statistician-general.
NAWOJ demands justice for killed Borno farmers
President Muhammadu Buhari, security chiefs and members of the National Assembly have been urged to urgently find ways that would facilitate arrest of killers of the 43 farmers in Borno State.
NAWOJ condemns rising cases of rape
The National Association of Women Journalists (NAWoJ), Plateau State chapter, has described as disturbing the increasing cases of rape and child molestation in the state.
Buratai pledges more opportunities for women in Army
Chief of Army Staff, Lt.-Gen. Tukur Buratai, has assured that the Nigerian Army would continue to encourage women to participate in different operations across the country.
‘We will do everything possible to sanitise media Industry without gagging the press’
The resolve by the Federal Government to ensure that there is sanity on social media has generated a lot of debates and (mis) interpretations, especially among the critical mainstream media.
Cross River, women journalists, NGO move against cancer
The Cross River State Ministry of Health in partnership with the Nigeria Association of Women Journalists (NAWOJ) and a non-governmental organisation (NGO), Pink Africa, has sensitised over 1,000 residents on early detection of cancer in Calabar.