Dangote, NBC, Guinness, others for The Guardian manufacturing roundtable, awards
The Guardian Newspapers, in collaboration with African Consolidated Analytical Limited, will on March 27 hold the second edition of The Manufacturing Excellence Roundtable and Awards at Victoria Crown Plaza Hotel, Victoria Island, Lagos.
The Guardian's Nwanze asks journalists to stop blaming rape victims in reports
Head of operations and editorial manager for the digital division of The Guardian Newspaper, Lolade Nwanze has urged media practitioners to stop putting blame on rape victims when filling news reports. Nwanze, who made this submission on Friday in Abuja at a two-day workshop on gender reporting for media professionals organised by TechHer, insisted that…
Autopsy On Michael Jackson Reportedly Reveals Bald Head, Strange Tattoos
On the 10th anniversary of the death of pop icon Michael Jackson, the international tabloid The Sun reported about an autopsy report on the late star who died in June 2009. According to The Sun's report, the "Thriller" crooner at the time of his death had shrivelled to a mere 8st 10oz, his body ravaged…
The Guardian shines, wins Editor of the Year award, others
The Guardian yesterday won three main awards in this year’s edition of the Nigeria Media Merit Award (NMMA). Former Editor, Abraham Ogbodo, Bertram Nwannekama and Gbenga Akinfenwa...
Eulogies as Akerele, former editor of The Guardian, goes home
It was a harvest of tributes, as former editor of The Guardian on Saturday, Mr. Asishana Taiwo Akerele, who died at the age of 60 on November 8, 2019, was buried yesterday at the Atan Cemetery, Yaba, Lagos State.
Brewers decry effects of excise duty on operations
ith brewing firms unable to pass on rising costs to consumers, they have called on the Federal Government to review its position on excise duty as operators continue to cave under the pressure of increased duty.
Ogbodo, The Guardian’s ex-editor, advocates people-oriented leadership
As Nigeria continues to totter through myriad leadership challenges, former editor of The Guardian, Abraham Ogbodo, has canvassed people-oriented leadership for the country. He described the inter-dependency of the human spirit on value creation as one of the conditions that make life more liveable.
The Guardian donates newspaper cabin to Abuja distributors
In its bid to expand visibility of its titles and reading culture in the North Central zone of the country, The Guardian has signed a Memorandum of Understanding (MoU) with Abuja Newspapers Distributors Association (ANDA) for a mutual partnership.
Reinventing the media in age of disruption
With digital technology reducing the circulation of mainstream newspapers, and the art of news consumption, gathering and writing more democratised, the need for journalists to remain relevant on the digital platform becomes imperative.
Employment opportunities at The Guardian
As part of the ongoing business re-engineering, our organization wishes to recruit into the following positions: DIRECTOR, CORPORATE SERVICES The director is responsible for the direction and management of the Corporate Services Department (HR/Admin Unit, Facility Unit, Security Unit), deploying international best practice to enhance the capacities of human capital. The Director of Corporate services reports directly to the…
Author of Igho Goes to Farm spotlights Ase Creek as tourism destination
Author of increasingly popular children’s storybook Igho Goes to Farm and editor with The Guardian, Mr. Anote Ajeluorou, has canvassed the need for Nigerians to look inwards and exploit the vast tourism potential and destination points in the country for the benefit of local communities and the country’s economy.