Nigerian Press Council
12 Oct 2021
Journalism practice in Nigeria is akin to getting water from white stone. It is a difficult terrain, and the environment is not conducive.
18 Jun 2021
The Newspaper Proprietors Association of Nigeria (NPAN), yesterday, decried its exclusion from yesterday’s public hearing on the Nigerian Press Council (NPC) Amendment Bill.
23 Oct 2018
The media has always been part of Nigeria’s political sailing ship since colonial era by contributing to her development in spite of hostility towards it.
3 Aug 2018
Every bony hand owned by men in power loves to reach for the scrawny neck of the press. This unholy ambition has a long history in our country. It began only three years after Lord Lugard did what not every Nigerian today thinks was all that wise. The Newspapers Ordinance of 1917, itself a dust…
20 Mar 2018
As journalism remains a critical sector in promoting the socio-cultural and political existence of Nigeria as well as promoting her unity, conventional media firms have been tasked to take advantage of the chaos of online media to re-launch themselves and prove their relevance.
22 Feb 2018
To sensitise the Nigerian journalists and the general public on countering hate speeches, The Nigerian Press Council has concluded arrangement to organize a capacity building programme with the theme, Hate Communication in Nigeria: identifying its roots and remedies. The workshop scheduled for Thursday, February 22, 2018 in Abuja, according to the Director, Research and Documentation,…
30 May 2017
House of Representatives Committee on Public Accounts has accused the Nigerian Press Council (NPC) of fraudulently spending N8.301 million for renovating its building in Abuja.