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Journalists must be sensitive in their reporting, says Osinbajo

    Journalists must be sensitive in their reporting, says Osinbajo

Vice-President Yemi Osinbajo says journalists must be sensitive about the society when carrying out their duty. He stated this on Thursday at the presentation of “The Making of The Nigerian

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WHO trains journalists in the northeast on reporting COVID-19, health emergencies

    WHO trains journalists in the northeast on reporting COVID-19, health emergencies

The World Health Organisation (WHO) on Monday concluded its four-day capacity building programme on health reporting during emergencies as part of ongoing efforts to “save lives”. The sessions, which took

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ICYMI: Facebook announces self-publishing platform to help writers monetise content

    ICYMI: Facebook announces self-publishing platform to help writers monetise content

Facebook has announced plans to launch a self-publishing platform to enable independent writers and journalists monetise their content. Campbell Brown, Facebook’s vice-president of global news partnerships and product manager, broke

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2-year jail term, N200k fine — inside the bill seeking compulsory media degrees for journalists

    2-year jail term, N200k fine — inside the bill seeking compulsory media degrees for journalists

Journalists in Nigeria who do not hold journalism or media-related degrees may face up to two years in jail or a fine of N200,000, if a new bill in the

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We’ll be open to criticism, says new army spokesperson

  We’ll be open to criticism, says new army spokesperson

Mohammed Yerima, the Nigerian army’s spokesperson, says the military will be open to constructive criticism in its efforts to tackle

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Nigerian media ‘one of the most repressed’ in the world

  Nigerian media ‘one of the most repressed’ in the world

Ayo Olukotun, a media scholar, says the Nigerian media is one of the most repressed in the world. Olukotun spoke

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Six journalists graduate from Civic Hive’s fellowship programme

  Six journalists graduate from Civic Hive’s fellowship programme

Civic Hive, BudgIT’s innovation hub, has concluded the second cohort of its six-month fellowship programme, graduating six journalists. According to

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Stop giving us awards… challenge us so we can sit up, Wike tells journalists

  Stop giving us awards… challenge us so we can sit up, Wike tells journalists

Nyesom Wike, governor of Rivers, has urged journalists to hold government officials accountable, rather than give them awards on the

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NOW OPEN: Investigative journalism fellowship on trans fats reporting

  NOW OPEN: Investigative journalism fellowship on trans fats reporting

The Corporate Accountability and Public Participation Africa (CAPPA) has announced the call for applications for a journalism fellowship aimed at

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Edo election: Coalition asks authorities to investigate attacks on journalists

  Edo election: Coalition asks authorities to investigate attacks on journalists

The Coalition of Whistleblowers Protection and Press Freedom (CWPPF) has called for an investigation into the attack on journalists during

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