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Customs Broadcasting Network To Revolutionise Media, Create Jobs- Wesley

The Managing Director of a Multi-billion Naira Nigeria Customs Broadcasting Network (NCBN), Engr. Edirin Jerry Wesley has pledged to revolutionize the Nigerian media landscape using the state-of-the-art digital broadcasting investment to aid in rebranding the image of the Nigerian Customs Service (NCS), promoting business opportunities in Nigeria and creating jobs in the country. Engr Jerry Wesley, a renowned Innovator and Business Strategist who disclosed this in an interview with the Economic Confidential revealed that, the launch of the NCBN, a public-private partnership initiative will sensitize citizens on security consciousness and…

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About-To-Wed Journalist Killed By Unknown Assailants

The Nigeria Union of Journalists (NUJ) has confirmed the death of a journalist, Mr Maxwell Nashan, attacked by unknown assailants. Nashan, a young reporter with Federal Radio Corporation of Nigeria (FRCN) FM station, popularly known as Fombina FM in Yola, was found unconscious in the early hours of Wednesday near the station with cuts and bruises. The Adamawa Chairman of NUJ, Mr Donald Dedan, said Nashan finally died at the hospital. Dedan urged the police and other security agencies in the state to fish out the killers of Nashan and…

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Minister Directs NBC On Measures To Re-position Broadcasting

…. Create Jobs The Minister of Information and Culture, Alhaji Lai Mohammed, has directed the National Broadcasting Commission (NBC) to immediately implement measures aimed at re-positioning the broadcast industry with a view to sanitizing the industry, creating jobs, promoting local content, boosting the advert industry and bringing the broadcast industry up to par with the best practices from around the world.   In a statement issued in Abuja on Thursday, the Minister said the directive becomes necessary following the submission of the report of the committee which he set up…

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West African Pilot News Debuts, To Revive Zik’s Spirit, Pan Africanism

On November 22, 1937, Nnamdi Azikiwe (‘Zik’) established a news publication called The West African Pilot with the major aim to fight for independence of Nigeria as well as other African countries from the British colonial rule. Azikiwe personally edited the West African Pilot from 1937 to 1947. The quality of this publication won the heart of both the colonialists and indigenes yearning for self-resurgence. This newspaper thus championed national awareness and nationalistic ideas in the populace with its motto, “Show the light and the people will find the way”.…

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Gombe Vows To Complete Abandoned Press Centre In Two Months

Gombe State has promised to complete and put to use the abandoned NUJ Press Centre before the beginning of the second quarter of 2020. The project, located close to the Abubakar Habu Hashidu Estate in the State capital, was started over seven years ago but up till December 2019, the snail speed work on the project only took it to seventy to seventy-five percent level of completion. The State Commissioner of Information, Alhaji Alhassan Ibrahim Kwami, made the promise of completing the project after he was taken round the building…

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Turkey Convicts Dissident Journalists On Terrorism Charges

A Turkish criminal court convicted at least seven staffers at the Sozcu newspaper on terrorism-related charges, the latest such ruling targeting journalists critical of President Recep Tayyip Erdogan and his policies. The journalists, including veteran columnist Emin Colasan, were sentenced to jail terms of between two and four years on charges that they aided a secretive religious brotherhood called FETO, state media reported on Friday. The journalists have denied the charges. The Sozcu reporters join a long list of journalists and academics to face charges of aiding terrorist groups including…

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Buhari Congratulates GOCOP Presiden Dotun Oladipo On 50th Birthday

President Muhammadu Buhari joins the media in celebrating the 50th birthday anniversary of renowned journalist and communication consultant, Dotun Oladipo, wishing him long life, good health and more wisdom in projecting the nation. President Buhari felicitates with all friends, family members and professional associates of the journalist, who had served the country for more than 25 years, writing for many platforms, including Newswatch Magazine, Punch, The Sun, before setting up an online medium, The Eagleonline. As Oladipo turns 50, the President believes his wealth of experience in journalism and consulting on…

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Mama Rosie Emerges 2019 Daily Trust African Of The Year Winner

Rosie Mashale, popularly known as Mama Rosie, the founder of Baphumelele Children’s Centre of South Africa has emerged winner of the 2019 Daily Trust African of the Year award. A seven-member award selection committee led by the former President of Botswana, His Excellency, Dr. Festus Mogae announced her as the winner on November 29, 2019 after rigorous selection meetings in Abuja, the capital of Nigeria. Mama Rosie won the 2019 award for her continuous commitment to providing loving care to thousands of orphans mostly from Khayelitsha, a community afflicted by…

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Again, DSS Targets Another Publisher,  Invites Newsdiary Online’s Nmodu Over Investigative Story

The hierarchy of the Department of State Services has invited the Publisher/Editor-in-Chief of Newsdiary online, Danlami Nmodu, to the headquarters of the Agency in Abuja for questioning. A DSS operative who called Danlami by telephone on Wednesday morning, said the invitation was with respect to a story recently published on the Kano Ecological Fund projects. He was asked to come either Wednesday or Thursday morning. It could be recalled that Newsdiary online had published a story, titled: “Diplomatic backlash, legal tussle loom as FG dumps German firm over Kano Project.”…

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Minister to NUJ: We’re Going Ahead To Rid Social Media of Fake News, Hate Speech

The Minister of Information and Culture, Alhaji Lai Mohammed, has challenged the Nigeria Union of Journalists (NUJ) to lead the ongoing efforts to rid the social media of fake news and hate speech   Receiving the national executive of the NUJ led by its President, Mr. Chris Isiguzo, during a courtesy visit to his office on Monday, the Minister said it is in the interest of the NUJ and other media bodies to be in the vanguard of the campaign.   ”As a matter of fact, the NUJ and other…

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