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Publisher Azuh Arinze Unveils Two New Books

The Publisher and Editor in Chief of YES INTERNATIONAL! Magazine, Azuh Arinze, has unveiled two new books that feature success stories of high-profile individuals and lessons from his journalism career. Azuh announced the launch of his literary pieces entitled, Success Is Not Served A La Carte and Encounters – Lessons From My Journalism Career, at an exclusive virtual media event on Monday, June 29, 2020. The first book, Success Is Not Served A La Carte, is an enlightening collection of one-on-one interview sessions with 30 high-profile individuals in the country,…

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Delta-Based Journalist Tests Positive Positive To COVID19 

A journalist, Mr. Theophilus Onojeghen, has tested positive for coronavirus in Warri, Delta state. Onojeghen, whose samples were taken at the treatment centre located in Central Hospital, Warri days ago, got his test result on Friday. He had contact with two patients, who are already receiving treatments, about three weeks ago. The Nigeria Centre for Disease Control (NCDC) had announced that 106 persons newly tested positive for the virus in Delta. This brought the tally of confirmed cases in the state to 715, according to the NCDC. Onojeghen is Managing…

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Senate President’s Aide, Tabiowo, Bags Award, Inducted WASCA Fellow

Special Assistant (Press) to the Senate President, Ezrel Tabiowo, was on Thursday honoured with a recognition award by the West African Society for Communication and Administration in collaboration with the Institute of Administrative Sciences. Tabiowo was inducted as a Professional Fellow of the West African Society of Communication and Administration (WASCA). The event which was earlier slated for March 2, 2020, was postponed due to the introduction of the lockdown policy by the Federal Government as a result of the COVID-19 pandemic. Speaking at a formal presentation on Thursday, the…

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Court Slams  Blogger With N10m Fine For Libel

……..In Delta State Delta State High Court, Akwukwu-Igbo, Judicial Division on Tuesday slammed a N10m fine on popular blogger Mr. Fejiro Oliver and Mr. Kingsley Kuyenum in a libel suit filed by the former member representing Ukwuani state constituency, Mr Alphonsus Ojo. In the case with suit number, A/213/2016, Mr Alphonsus Ojo through his counsel accused the defendants of publishing reports that the claimant, a medical practitioner, performed an abortion of an eight months old foetus, which almost claimed the life of the supposed woman. Mr Oliver and his accomplice,…

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NPAN Seeks Fiscal Incentives, Tax Relief From FG Due To Pandemic

…….As Minister Hails Media For Covid-19 Fight, Seeks More Support The Newspaper Proprietors’ Association of Nigeria (NPAN), has appealed for more media support for the Federal Government’s efforts to tackle the pandemic, saying the Government needs the media now more than ever. At a virtual meeting with the Minister of Information and Culture, Alhaji Lai Mohammed, has commended the Nigerian media for their support for the ongoing fight against the Covid-19 pandemic ”The government is very grateful to the media. You have done a lot to bring our message (on…

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VOA Director, Deputy Resign After Trump-Selected CEO Takes Over

Voice of America Director Amanda Bennett and Deputy Director Sandy Sugawara resigned on Monday, after defending the government-backed media outlet from withering attacks from the White House and President Donald Trump. Trump’s choice to lead the United States Agency for Global Media, Michael Pack, was confirmed by the Senate earlier this month. In a note to staff on Monday morning, Bennett said that Pack has the right to replace them with his own VOA leadership. Bennett also said that Pack “swore before Congress to respect and honour the firewall that guarantees…

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Award Winning Journalist Jailed  6 Months For Cyber Libel

An award-winning journalist critical of the Philippine president was convicted of libel and sentenced to jail Monday in a decision called a major blow to press freedom in an Asian bastion of democracy. The Manila court found Maria Ressa, her online news site Rappler Inc. and former reporter Reynaldo Santos Jr. guilty of libeling a wealthy businessman. The Rappler’s story on May 29, 2012, cited an unspecified intelligence report linking him to a murder, drug dealing, human trafficking and smuggling. The site’s lawyers disputed any malice and said the time…

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2nd ITREALMS-Digitalsense Webinar Series Holds With Junaid, Adebayo, Olodo As Speakers

The second edition of the ITREALMS digital rights webinar series in collaboration with DigitalSENSE Africa, DNS Women – Nigeria and NaijaAgroNet, with the theme: ‘Women and Rights in Digital Era holds today. The confirmed speakers at the webinar include author cum activist and social entrepreneur, Morenike Adebayo; a United Kingdom (UK)-based developmental actor, Abimbola Junaid and security analyst and President, Africa Security Forum, Mr. Temitope Olodo. The Executive Director, Operations at DigitalSENSE Africa, Mrs. Nkem Nweke, said that the speakers, while confirming attendance, expressed readiness to address their respective sub-themes judiciously.…

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NAWOJ, Other Professional Groups Stand Against Rape

The Nigeria Association of Women Journalists, (NAWOJ,) Delta state Chapter in collaboration with other professional groups,  Thursday  stood against the dreaded crime called rape in our society. The group in its address to the public, described rape as a cancerous pandemic eating through the foundation of the society, and creating an unsafe environment for all. The state Chairman of NAWOJ, Comrade Pat Gbemudu stated this during a stand up campaign tagged “Stand Against Rape and other Gender Based Violence “. The event was organized by the Delta NAWOJ in partnership…

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5G Coronavirus Link: ALTON Blames Social Media, Uninformed Persons

Negative use of the power of social media has been blamed for amplifying porous claims by uninformed individuals who said that Fifth Generation (5G) Mobile Networks have links to Coronavirus. This was the position of the Association of Licensed Telecommunications Operators of Nigeria (ALTON) at the webinar tagged, 2020 Digital Rights Series on Nigeria IPv6 Roundtable hosted by ITRealms in collaboration with DigitalSENSE Africa Media on Saturday, with the theme: Role of IP in 5G v COVID-19 Debate. Chairman, ALTON, Engr. Gbenga Adebayo made this assertion in his paper entitled:…

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