• Nigerian Newspapers

    The Rise Of Unethical Reporting

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    The pressure on sustaining media organisations has increased tremendously in recent years. Worldwide, the growth of new media and distressed national economies has all but rendered media outfits comatose, non-profitable, or simply closed operations once their owners finally accept the reality of how it has become impossible to survive. Media organisations that had gone under…

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    Chibok Girls’ Release: PMB Renews Hope

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    If any Nigerian or member of the international community had doubts about the sincerity and commitment of President Muhammadu Buhari to the rescue of our precious daughters abducted by Boko Haram insurgents at Government Secondary School, Chibok on April 14, 2014, the rescue of all other abducted Nigerians and very importantly, his sincerity in working…

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    IPOB: Between Politics and Sovereignty 

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    Separatist leader, if he can be genuinely called that, Nnamdi Kanu is finally begging for negotiations when he has, with the other elements he successfully brainwashed, failed in the sustained efforts at inflicting immeasurable damage to the country. Kanu’s Indigenous People of Biafra (IPOB) has been at the forefront of destroying the country, which must…

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    Why SGF, Babachir Must be Allowed to Focus

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    The Buhari administration has been accused severally of being slow, many even say it is overwhelmed by the problems on ground. Whereas I will agree that the magnitude of problems left behind by the past administration is indeed enormous, I will want to disagree with the notion that this administration is incapable of solving these…

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