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COVID-19 : New York Times Names 1,000 Dead Victims

The New York Times unveiled an astonishing cover for Sunday’s paper, featuring the names of 1,000 victims of Covid-19. “Instead of the articles, photographs or graphics that...

MultiChoice Nigeria Commits N1.2 Billion to Support Nigeria’s Fight Against COVID-19

N200m to FG through the CBN. N50M to LASG. Donating 10000 test kits to @NCDCgov. PSA inventory on 10 DStv and GOtv channels...

Media Group Condemns Attacks on Journalists Covering COVID-19

The Media Rights Agenda has condemned in totality the attack of journalists covering the outbreak of Corona Virus in Nigeria by law enforcement and...

Journalists With Valid ID Card Free To Move During Lockdown – Lai Mohammed

Minister of Information and Culture, Alhaji Lai Mohammed, has said that journalists with a valid means of identification can move as theID Card could...

Nigeria Info Welcomes Joyce Onyemuna

In another deliberate move to increase its stellar cast of broadcasters, Nigeria Info is opening its arms to the amazing Joyce Onyemuna following her...

Coalition Condemns Illegal Arrest, Detention of Journalists in Nigeria

The Coalition for Whistleblowers Protection and Press Freedom (CWPPF) has bemoaned the wanton arrest and detention of journalists in Nigeria. The coalition, in a communiqué,...

Rovingheights, a Nigerian Bookstore Chain, To Host Dutch Journalist At a Literary Event in Abuja

Nigerian bookstore chain, Rovingheights, will host Olivier van Beemen, Dutch journalist and author of the investigative work Heineken in Africa: A Multinational Unleased, to...

SEEFAR Calls for Human-interest Reporting on African Migrants

SEEFAR has urged journalists to focus on reporting more human-interest stories on migration to  in order to improve public understanding of migration realities. The call...

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African Development Bank Agrees to Independent Probe of President, Adesina

The board of the African Development Bank has agreed to an independent probe of its president, Akinwumi Adesina. This was after the U.S....
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Over 3,600 Children Detained by Nigerian Military – Amnesty

Amnesty International has said that more than 3,600 Nigerian children have been detained by the Nigerian military. Relying on data...

Three COVID-19 Drugs Developed in Nigeria Forwarded for Validation

Three COVID-19 herbal cures have been approved and forwarded to relevant authorities for validation, the Presidential Task Force (PTF)...

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African Development Bank Agrees to Independent Probe of President, Adesina

The board of the African Development Bank has agreed to an...

Over 3,600 Children Detained by Nigerian Military – Amnesty

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