A trending video on Twitter has captured the moment a radio station manager manhandled a female presenter right in one of the offices of the station.
By Ismail Abdulaziz
The Managing Director of the News Agency of Nigeria (NAN), Mr Buki Ponle, says the management of the Agency is conscious of the reality of the prevailing times and is ever determined to give succour to its members of staff where possible.
The International Press Centre (IPC) Lagos, on Tuesday, organised virtual one-day skill-enhancing and capacity-building workshop for bloggers/online journalists on conflict-sensitive reporting in the build-up to the 2023 elections.
The Nigeria Content Development and Monitoring Board (NCDMB), has called on the media to raise the bar on discussions on foreign investment so as to change the narrative.
The office of the owner of DAAR Communications PLC, High Chief Raymond Dokpesi, confirmed on Monday that the media mogul was, on Sunday, january 8, 2023, detained for some hours at the London Heathrow Airport shortly after arriving the British capital from Nigeria.
What is the story of Nigeria's failure as a nation? It is the story of the failure of journalism which refused to watch over the power players but rather watch over the pockets of the journalists.
By Tunde Akande
My friend and workmate, Professor Jimi Kayode, now of Lagos State University, teaching mass communication but formerly director of the Nigerian Institute of Journalism in Lagos where we worked together told me a story about the decadence that has become of journalism and journalists in Nigeria. He was somewhere on the Lekki Ajah axis in Lagos standing at a bus stop waiting for public transport, usually bone shakers; he had no car. After waiting for some time under the intense heat he got tired but then a state-of-the-art car parked at the bus stop and the driver beckoned to him.