In the past four months or so, there has been a massive public outcry over the deteriorating Quality of Service in the operations of GSM companies. Even the National Assembly which, to me, is still settling down has jumped...
Vacancy in Department of Brands and Communication of Etisalat Nigeria   Etisalat Nigeria is currently recruiting top positions in Department of Brands and Communication from Head of Corporate Communication to Analyst Online AdvertisingMedia Management Monitoring. Qualified and interested candidates should forward updated/detailed curriculum vitae...
“This is about Tunmise Adekunle of Thisday Newspapers, who passed on last week due to suspected heart failure. While I am still wondering why a brilliant young man like Tunmise should die now, my heart goes to his relatives,...
Kabir Dangogo: A PR Manager Who Cares In his book “Beyond the Banking Hall”, Kabir Dangogo notes that the usual clash between the public relations man and the media is essentially that of the headline and bottom line. While advising...
A major chapter closed on Tuesday in the bitter feud over the governorship of Osun state as the election petition tribunal dismissed the petition filed by the Action Congress candidate, Rauf Aregbesola against the election of Prince Olagunsoye Oyinlola. ...
A Few years ago, a seemingly harmless piece of information was leaked to the press on the reappointment of some public officers into the board of the Revenue Mobilisation Allocation and Fiscal Commission (RMAFC). As the spokesperson of the...
Hon. Minister, Sir,I find it necessary as a Nigerian writer with a bias in public relations to share with you pertinent issues on Nigeria’s Image Project. I use this media platform because of its importance to you as the...
Olusegun Adeniyi is Nigeria’s latest Tony Snow. And who is that? He’s American President George Bush’s spokesman. Analysing the performance in office of Mr Snow so far, one foreign columnist did not only praise how well this spokesman handled...
The journalist should always fight for progress and reform, never tolerate injustice and corruption, always fight demagogues of all parties, never belong to any party, always opposed to privileged class and plunderers, never lacked sympathy with the poor, always...

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