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China is world’s deadliest jailer of journalists – CPJ

A report by the Community to Protect Journalists (CPJ) states that China is the world’s deadliest jailer of journalists. This is contained in a statement...

The secret prosecution of Nigerian journalist, Jones Abiri

By Jonathan Rozen A familiar secrecy is set to dominate the renewed prosecution of Nigerian journalist Jones Abiri. On December 12, Abiri is scheduled to appear...

Nigerian military targeted journalists’ phones, computers with “forensic search” for sources

By Jonathan ROZEN HAMZA Idris, an editor with the Nigerian Daily Trust, was at the newspaper’s central office on January 6 when the military arrived looking...

Eritrea, North Korea, Turkmenistan…seven other countries dangerous to be a journalist in — CPJ

THE Committee to Protect Journalists (CPJ) has identified 10 countries that deploy sophisticated digital censorship, surveillance alongside imprisonment and harassment to silence independent journalism.  The...

Jones Abiri abducted at gunpoint in Bayelsa by suspected DSS operatives

BAYELSA-based journalist, Jones Abiri, has been allegedly snatched by armed men believed to be members of the Department of State Services, DSS. The publisher and editor-in-chief...

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Amaechi eyes speedy completion of Lekki Port

Minister of Transportation Rotimi Amaechi has tasked promoters of the Lekki Port to double their pace on the work...

Obasanjo insists he won’t return to PDP despite party pressure

A FORMER Nigerian President Olusegun Obasanjo, on January 22, informed a delegation of leaders of the Peoples Democratic Party...

ICIR Twitter conversation looks deep into the IELTS controversy

THE International Centre for Investigative Reporting (ICIR) held a Twitter Space conversation on the International English Language Testing System(...

Borno Police arrest 51 suspects, recover fake military official stamp

THE Borno State Police say  they have arrested 51 suspects and recovered fake official stamps of the Nigerian military...

As Nigerian government slumbers, N144bn Aba shoe industry crawls

RESEARCHERS estimate the market size of Aba shoe industry at N144 billion ($350.364 million). The estimate is predicated on...
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