Author Archives: Segun Adeosun

China Cracks Down on Fake Journalists

Chinese press authorities have launched a new crackdown on illegal media and fake journalists. The campaign, which will run until September, will focus on illegal online media and people who defraud or extort money by pretending to be journalists, according to a joint statement released on Friday by the National Anti-Pornography and Anti-Illegal Publications Office

Tasking Companies On CSR

Stakeholders at the 2013 CSR Awards urge government to provide suitable business environment and policies that will encourage companies to remain committed to their host communities As it is the practice around the world, apart from profit making, a business organisation is expected to give back to the host communities where it operates, through provision

We Must Run A True Federation’ —- Nda-Isaiah

  Sam Nda-Isaiah, publisher, Leadership Newspaper has emphasized the need for Nigeria to run as a true federal system if the country must develop to the desired level.   He said this during a courtesy visit to the corporate headquarters of TELL Communications Limited, publishers of TELL Magazine and Broad Street Journal, BSJ.   Nda-Isaiah

Nigerians Don’t Want Truth To Be Told — Salami

Justice Isa Ayo Salami, former president, Court of Appeal has emphasized that the root of the major problems bedeviling the country, especially the judiciary is that “Nigerians do not naturally want the truth to be told.” He said this while presenting his speech as the chairman at the 10th Chief Gani Fawehinmi annual lecture organized

Tasking Companies On CSR

Stakeholders at the 2013 CSR Awards urge government to provide suitable business environment and policies that will encourage companies to remain committed to their host communities As it is the practice around the world, apart from profit making, a business organisation is expected to give back to the host communities where it operates, through provision

Second-hand Clothes, Second-hand Diseases

As Nigerians continue to patronise fairly used clothes, skin experts warn of its health consequences Busola Oyelami, a 28-year-old tailor, was one of the members of Atunrase Tailors Association, Sango, Ogun State, who did not come in their customised white T-shirt for the association’s monthly meeting recently. In order to avoid paying a heavy fine,

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