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Automobiles and Road Safety Initiative, a non-governmental organisation, has honoured The Guardian with the Outstanding News Media Coverage of the Year for the Automobile Industry award.
Again, the flagship of the Nigerian media, The Guardian, has been crowned Best Print Media Website at the .NG Awards, organised by the Nigeria Internet Registration Association (NIRA), the country’s domain name registrar. Declaring The Guardian winner at the weekend, during the event in Lagos, which attracted stakeholders in Nigeria’s Internet ecosystem, NIRA said the…
The Guardian Newspaper has been recognised by the Lagos State Sexual and Gender-Based Violence Agency (SGBVA) for its reportage of domestic, sexual and gender based violence.
A Haulage driver attached to Ugwu and Sons, Mr. Emeka Paul Ofume, yesterday, escaped death in the hands of gunmen who attacked his distribution van.
HUMAN Rights Writers Association of Nigeria (HURIWA), yesterday, nominated The Guardian for Best Human Rights Newspaper of the last decade at its 2023 yearly lecture, to be held on September 27 in Abuja.
How times flies! I can hardly believe that five years have passed since I first beheld a copy of The Guardian in Bloomington, Indiana, and that I have on and off been associated with the newspaper for three of those five years as an editorialist and, for want of a better designation, a commentator. I…
As The Guardian Newspaper turned 40 on July 4, I congratulate the management and staff of GNL for keeping the dream of its founder, Alex Ibru, alive. The readers wish the organisation many more years of successful publishing and marketing of its various publications.
So The Guardian is 40! How time flies. I recall the billboard announcement, which heralded its coming. It said: “Sooner or later, you will read The Guardian”.
The Secretary to the Government of the Federation (SGF), Senator George Akume; Lagos State governor, Babajide Sanwo-Olu; his Delta State counterpart, Sheriff Oborevwori; and the Nigerian Guild of Editors (NGE) have eulogised The Guardian for its landmark 40th anniversary of robust...
Opinion writing enjoyed a renaissance that brought in specialisation and elevated it beyond the exclusive headache of the title editor. Even as the concept of the editorial board as we know it today had started at the Daily Times under Dr Dele Cole...
The Pan Niger Delta Forum (PANDEF), the erstwhile National Publicity Secretary of the defunct New Peoples Democratic Party (nPDP), Prof. Eze Chukwuemeka Eze and others have scored The Guardian high in effective, unbiased and balanced news coverage in the last 40 years.