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23 Jun 2020
On June 9, this year I got a pithy, snappy message from the Publisher of Vanguard newspaper, Mr. Sam Amuka aka known as Sad Sam, aka Uncle Sam. It was a polite command from this Journalism’s generalissimo. “This Saturday 13th June is my birthday. And I don’t celebrate birthdays. So for me, on Saturday No…
3 Aug 2018
The audacity of the Nigerian Press Organisation (NPO) comprising the Newspaper Proprietors’ Association of Nigeria (NPAN), the Nigeria Guild of Editors and the Nigeria Union of Journalists (NUJ) as well as other media stakeholders in rejecting the Nigerian Press Council Bill 2018, the other day at a National Assembly’s public hearing on the obnoxious bill…
24 Jul 2018
The Senate yesterday explained that the amendments being made to the Nigerian Press Council Act was to address the issue of fake news. During the public hearing organised by its Committee on Information and National Orientation, the Senate insisted that it was repealing and reenacting the Act since it was created by a military regime.…

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