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13 Reporters Shortlisted For Wole Soyinka Award

Thirteen journalists from print, online, television, radio, photo, and editorial cartoon categories have been shortlisted for the 2019 Wole Soyinka Award for Investigative Journalism. The...

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...

MacArthur Releases $6.3 Million Journalism and Media Grants to Advance Accountability and Anti-Corruption Efforts in Nigeria

MacArthur Foundation announced it has given $6.3million in grant to nine media organizations in Nigeria. The journalism and media grants was announced today as part...

IPC Reconstitutes Governing Board, As NGO Set to Mark 20th Anniversary

The International Press Centre has set up a new governing board. This is coming as the media group prepares to mark the 20th anniversary...

Nigerian Investigative Journalist, Dami Banjo, Shortlisted For Thomson Foundation Young Journalist Award

A young Nigerian investigative journalist, Damilola Banjo, has been shortlisted for the Thomson Foundation’s 2019 Young Journalist Award. Banjo’s investigation into the massive corruption in Lagos...

Nigerian Government To Censor Online Radio, TV Stations

The Nigerian Government has expressed readiness to control online radio and television stations, adding that the move became necessary to curb fake news. Minister of...

Premium Times’ Editor-in-Chief Selected among Judges for 2019 Fetisov Journalism Award

Premium Times’ Editor-in-Chief, Musikilu Mojeed, has been selected to be on the judging panel for the 2019 Fetisov Journalism Awards. The global journalism award, which...

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ECOWAS Hails, Supports Adesina For Second Tenure As AfDB President

The Economic Community of West African States (ECOWAS) has endorsed the candidacy of African Development Bank President Akinwumi Adesina...
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Ugbana Oyet: The Nigerian-born chartered engineer who keeps order in the British Parliament

Nigerian-born Ugbana Oyet is the new Serjeant-at-Arms (Sergeant-at-arms) in the British House of Commons. The 43-year-old chartered engineer, who is said...

Ndi Kato: The brutal Attack on Deji Adeyanju – We Remember This Day

23rd December 2019, there is a two minutes, 20 seconds video on the internet, of a brutal attack on activist...

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Japan, UNEP to Embark on Mercury Emission Survey in Nigeria

Japan and the United Nations Environment Programme (UNEP) would...

Africa Netpreneur Prize Initiative Announces Top 10 Finalists

The Africa Netpreneur Prize Initiative (ANPI) has identified the...
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