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Prof. Ralph Akinfeleye

31 Aug
Participants at the recently held World Journalism Education Council (WJEC) 2021 have stressed the need for training and re-training of journalists as a way to bridge the gap between newsroom and classroom.
20 Feb 2020
A leading teacher of Mass Communication in Africa, Prof. Ralph Akinfeleye, has frown against high cost of getting operational licence for campus radio and television, among other challenges...
26 Oct 2019
Like the proverbial golden fish that has no hidden place, the election of Prof. Ralph Akinfeleye into the World Journalism Education Council (WJEC) has continued to attract felicitation.
13 Aug 2019
Journalism education is currently facing unprecedented upheavals. After having constantly reviewed the curricula since the ‘90s to meet the media industry’s demands...
13 Aug 2019
The Federal Government will always appreciate Nigerians who bring honour to the country, particularly through scholarship and other lofty endeavours, President Muhammadu Buhari has declared.
12 Mar 2019
All over the world, it is believed that a free press is key to a sustainable democracy, as it holds those in power accountable. But this may not be true in Nigeria, as the government and the elite constantly work to control and manipulate the media.  In the last four years, the relationship between the…
28 Feb 2019
President Muhammadu Buhari has been advised to work towards a media-friendly administration, as he takes office for another term. This followed Buhari’s declaration as winner of last Saturday’s presidential elections by the Independent National Electoral Commission (INEC) in the early hours of yesterday. Differently, communication scholars expressed concern about the president’s shaky relationship with the…
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.
10 Jan 2017
In recognition of the need for a comprehensive national communication policy, the National Institute for Policy and Strategic Studies (NIPSS), Kuru, Jos, has advised that a national communication policy and strategy should be locally relevant....
14 Sep 2016
The obligation to keep the fabrics of the society together, thereby promoting national interest has been identified as the major factor information dissemination outlets ignore, occasionally, their philosophies.

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