Archive for May, 2010

Jonathan opens Facebook Account for Campaign

President Goodluck Jonathan, tacitly revealed his intention to contest the 2011 presidential election, saying he would set up a Facebook account for the poll.     The proposed account, he said, is “part of my contribution to the (election) debate” and that it would focus primarily on the exchange of ideas.   Facebook is a […]

APRA Abuja 2010… Reputation Managers Debate Corporate Governance

THE 23rd All Africa Public Relations Conference and Annual General Meeting of the African Public Relations Association (APRA) has been scheduled to take place from May 18 to 20, 2010 at the International Conference Centre, Abuja.   Tagged APRA Abuja 2010, the assembly of PR professionals from all over Africa is expected to focus on […]

Yar’Adua’s spokesman Adeniyi bags Harvard fellows award

The Special Adviser to the late President Umaru Yar’Adua on Communications, Mr. Olusegun Adeniyi, has been appointed an officer and an international affairs fellow of America’s most prestigious higher institution, Harvard University in Boston.   President Goodluck Jonathan has been briefed on the award and Adeniyi may soon take his leave from the Presidential Villa […]

Partisanship of British Media in Electoral Campaigns

It is not strange in some climes that politicians engage in electoral malpractices to win elections by hook-or-crooks, but it beats one’s imagination to suspect respected media outfits in the United Kingdom of being involved in manipulations of their readers and viewers through excessive partisanship.   Few days to British election, The Independent sends a […]