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3 days ago
Sixty-one years after independence, stakeholders have said the media industry has lived up to expectation by holding public office holders accountable.
22 Jul
Our association, #FixPolitics, hereby expresses our support against Nigeria’s National Assembly for suspected moves against press freedom and democratic voices in the country.
4 May
All through the ages man has cried in earnest for the right to be free. All the Revolutions from the French Revolution in the 18th Century which spanned a decade to the American War for Independence against Great Britain...
1 Feb
When Peoples Gazette, an online Nigerian news outlet, published a story last October detailing how the son of President Muhammadu Buhari's chief of staff Ibrahim Gambari, now allegedly leads the strongest power bloc in Nigeria's presidency, its publishers never thought it would warrant an intense witch-hunt. Samuel Ogundipe, who founded the news outlet after leaving…
12 Jan
UNESCO has renewed commitment to raise awareness of the role of information as a public good. Late last year, the agency had included a new initiative to promote transparency among internet platforms...
29 Dec 2020
Stakeholders in the media industry have described 2020 as a tough year for journalists, especially frontline workers in the coverage of the COVID-19 pandemic and #End SARS protest.
14 Oct 2020
Think of Tanzania and you are drenched in a swirl of sweet memories because of its safari and rich wild life which attract almost a million tourists yearly.
24 Aug 2020
Once reputed as the freest press in Africa, the Nigerian Press is sliding down on a quick pace as one of the worst.
28 Jul 2020
Since Mr. Ismaila Isa, businessman, politician and media entrepreneur died on July 20 this year, he has received both good and bad ink in the media. Isa was from Katsina State from where President Muhummadu Buhari also hails.
7 Jun 2020
It is becoming customary for governors to play God displaying visceral hatred for the media and the opposition in general.
21 Apr 2020
The coronavirus pandemic is exacerbating threats to press freedom around the world, with authoritarian states including China and Iran suppressing details of the outbreak, activists said on Tuesday.
21 Jan 2020
Freedom of the press is under attack around the world, and everywhere journalistic ethics are being scrutinised as never before.

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