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Nigeria’s Abubakar Ibrahim Shares Lessons For Humanizing Conflict Stories — By Taylor Mulcahey/With International Center For Journalists

For Nigerian journalist and writer Abubakar Ibrahim, journalism isn’t just about sharing facts, it’s also about inspiring change, which he finds to work best when you put a face with the numbers frequently reported in the news. When Ibrahim heard about the camps of internally displaced persons (IDP) in northern Nigeria, he didn’t just want […]

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Ekiti State Broadcasting Service To Pay N500,000 Fine For Breach Of Broadcasting Code

The National Broadcasting Commission (NBC) says it will impose a higher sanction on the Ekiti State Broadcasting Service (EBS) if it fails to pay N500,000 fine within the stipulated period. The NBC Head of Public Affairs, Mrs Maimuna Jimada, made the disclosure in a telephone interview with the News Agency of Nigeria (NAN). “Time frame […]

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Egyptian House of Representatives “Assassinates” Journalism With New Law

Half of the members of the Journalists Union Council have rejected amendments made by the House of Representatives to the journalism law. They stressed that the government had developed “mock amendments” that kept the essence of articles restricting the freedom of journalism. A member of the Union’s Council, Mohamed Saad Abdel Hafiz, said that the […]

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