June 2, 2023
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Fact Check Politics
By: Ogar Monday and Stephanie Adams -Douglas Claim: A Facebook user shared screenshots purportedly from different media organisations, including AP, Financial Times, News 24, NDTV and Times of India. In the screenshot, some world leaders had called the 2023 elections a sham and requested for the cancellation of the polls. Verdict: False. The screenshots are […]Continue Reading
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By Stephanie Adams-Douglas Two top police officers at the core of public relations – the police spokesperson and head of the public complaints unit – had authoritatively pronounced the possession and use of pepper spray by private citizens as offences. However, their position has generated controversy amongst the citizenry, many of whom have disagreed, citing […]Continue Reading
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Nigeria’s capital, Abuja, is expected to literarily come alive on Thursday as former President Goodluck Jonathan and other top dignitaries converge on the city for the public presentation of The Letterman, a book on the ‘secret’ letters of ex-President Olusegun Obasanjo. The book, written by the Editor-in-Chief of Premium Times, Musikilu Mojeed, will be Continue Reading
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By Jonathan Rozen/CPJ Senior Africa Researcher As reporters for Nigeria’s Premium Times newspaper, Samuel Ogundipe and Azeezat Adedigba told CPJ they spoke often over the phone. They had no idea that their regular conversations about work and their personal lives were creating a record of their friendship. On August 9, 2018, Ogundipe published an article […]Continue Reading
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Title: Testimony to Courage: Essays in Honour of Dapo Olorunyomi Editors: Chido Onumah and Frederick Adetiba Publishers: Kappa and Omega Company, Abuja Pages: 404 Reviewer: Theophilus Abbah, PhD It has been sluggish strides, like baby-steps. That is the journey of newspapering in Nigeria from being a church bulletin, established in 1859 by Reverend Henry Townsend, […]Continue Reading