Opinion

Sowore of SaharaReporter For President?, By Yushau A. Shuaib

In my interactions with Sowore, one could see his sincerity and passion for a better Nigeria, where there will be economic stability, political progress and social harmony, and where the rich and powerful cannot intimidate or harass the poor and the weak. He means what he says, even though he…
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Opinion

Are Politicians Getting Hell From PREMIUM TIMES And Sahara Reporters?, By Ahmed Oluwasanjo

I am really surprised that state actors are obsessed with muzzling the press and gagging journalists who are exposing their malfeasance, while herdsmen and terrorists are writing news headlines in blood. After giving what is God's to Him every morning, the next thing I usually do is to pick up…
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Opinion

The Online Warriors, By Reuben Abati

The challenge is to insist that online journalists, publishers, bloggers and tweeters must be held down to certain prudential standards of practice. The in-fighting is unnecessary. The various associations can be useful as vehicles of self-regulation, and for promoting values and best options. They should not become special purpose mechanisms…
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