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IPI Nigeria says shutdown of media organisations by Zamfara unacceptable

ABUJA (Sundiata Post) - The International Press Institute (IPI) Nigeria has described as unacceptable the order by the Zamfara State Government for the closure of some media organisations operating in the state. The state governor, Mohammed Bello Matawalle, on Saturday ordered...

Assault on journalists: IPI Nigeria opens ‘Hall of infamy’ for perpetrators

The International Press Institute (IPI) Nigeria has said that it will open a book of infamy to document every individual whose action or inaction...

Saving Jaafar Jaafar from Gov Ganduje’s SLAPP, By Godwin Onyeacholem

Despite persistent calls by authentic advocates of good governance for a conducive atmosphere for a thriving democracy and freedom in Nigeria, the reactionary wing...

Is Babangida also a master satirist? By Festus Adedayo

In 1964, the Nigerian Tribune’s editorial comment, entitled Where do we go from here?, a scurrilous attack on the Premier, Ladoke Akintola’s government of...

Press Freedom Must Not Be Restrained – Fayemi

The Governor of Ekiti State, Dr. Kayode Fayemi has spoken against those trying to restrict press freedom. According to him, no matter the inadequacies, the...

Under no guise should press freedom be restrained – Fayemi

Gov. Kayode Fayemi of Ekiti State says freedom of the press in the country should be respected in spite of noticeable inadequacies. Fayemi made the...

Media bills: Buhari, National Assembly attempting to criminalise journalism, says IPC

THE International Press Centre has kicked against attempts by the government to criminalise journalism in the country, urging media professionals to fight before it...

Abuja’s Codes of Terror and Error, By Lasisi Olagunju

"Whatever the party holds to be the truth is truth. It is impossible to see reality except by looking through the eyes of the...

What Twitter ban teaches the world about Nigeria, By Azu Ishiekwene

"Twitter is not Nigeria’s problem and Buhari does not need the futile mission of waylaying citizens on social media. Nigeria’s problem is that Buhari’s...