Archive for June, 2012

THISDAY editor, Simon Kolawole, resigns in protest

THISDAY editor, Simon Kolawole, resigns in protest

  The paper’s publisher says Mr. Kolawole is free to go in pursuit of other interest ,The editor of THISDAY, Simon Kolawole, has resigned in response to Sunday’s new appointments at the newspaper which saw him removed as editor and reassigned as editorial director.In the new appointments, Ijeoma Nwogwugwu, who was previously Editor of THISDAY […]

Media Relations In Politics: Case Of Buhari

Media Relations In Politics: Case Of Buhari

Recent comments by General Muhammadu Buhari on the 2015 elections have elicited wide-scale reactions, with some people even calling for his arrest and prosecution. The senior politician used the Hausa parable kare jinni biri jinni, to express his views that the next general elections would be tough. The next day, many newspapers misquoted him as […]

How to drive the implementation phase of FoI Act

How to drive the implementation phase of FoI Act

ALTHOUGH much has not been achieved in the last one year of freedom of information regime in Nigeria, however, certain strategic steps are being experimented to ensure that the implementation phase of the Freedom of Information (FoI) Act begin to yield bumper harvest THE Media Rights Agenda (MRA), last week, released a report, entitled, One […]