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IPC Charge Journalists On Professionalism

Abuja – The International Press Centre, IPC, has charged Nigeria online Journalists and bloggers to be professional in their news reportage before, during and after the 2019 election. The president of IPC Mr. Lanre Arogundade, stated this during his opening address for the two-day workshop training for online Journalists and …

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World Press Freedom Day: Obaseki Charges Journalists On Ethics, Independence … Salutes Journalists’ Courage, Says No Alternative To Free Press …OBSERVER, EBS Up For Revamp

BENIN CITY – The Governor of Edo State, Mr. Godwin Obaseki, has charged journalists to uphold the ethics of the journalism profession to deepen good governance and fast-track the nation’s advancement. Obaseki who gave the charge on the occasion of the United Nation’s World Press Freedom Day, celebrated on May …

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Sacrifice Of Integrity

The clarion call to make Nigeria great again was recently re-echoed by Acting President Yemi Osinbajo. He noted that every Nigerian must make some sacrifice for the greatness of the country, saying that both the leaders and the led must be ready to contribute their quota to the growth of …

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Does Being A Journalist Makes One A Criminal?

“Journalism is not a crime” as a slogan has been widely used by various international rights organisations, particularly Amnesty International, whenever they were literarily in the trenches for the sake of Journalists. Most of the organisations firmly believe that Freedom of expression has being under sustained as increasing attacks against …

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