Opinion

Nigerian Media: Balancing Professionalism, Advocacy and Business, By Azu Ishiekwene

In my few years and limited experience in business, when the going got tough and the flood waters threatened, I asked myself what we needed to do to stay afloat, only one answer kept coming back to me repeatedly: journalism, damn good journalism. What, really, is the business of the…
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Guest Columns

Death As Our Way of Life: Deconstructing Violence in Nigeria, By Chris Ngwodo

...the political economy fosters a climate of competition and mutual antagonism between groups that perceive themselves to be locked in a no-holds-barred struggle for the national cake. It is not the case that Nigerians are fundamentally or irredeemably tribal; they are trapped in a system that forces them against their…
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Opinion

Re-framing the Narrative: Herdsmen And The New Face Of Terror – Another View, By Azu Ishiekwene

That may not be what people want to hear but the imprint is there for those who care to see. While the government cannot afford to spare the rod, journalists may soon find they're up against a story that may not fit the headlines they would love to cast. It's…
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