A roundtable discussion around the welfare of Nigerian journalists will hold in Abuja, Tuesday 28 August.
Event Organizers, the Premium Times Centre for Investigative Journalism and the Coalition of Whistleblowers Protection and Press Freedom (CWPPF), said in a release on Friday that a social media campaign with the same purpose will hold earlier on the day.
Premium Times Centre for Investigative Journalism in partnership with its strategic partner, Coalition of Whistleblowers Protection and Press Freedom (CWPPF), is conducting a social media campaign “Journalists Welfare Campaign” and a roundtable discussion for Journalists on the 28th August 2018 in Abuja Nigeria.
On Friday morning, the 17th of August 2018, Samuel Ogundipe, a Nigerian journalist detained since Tuesday the 14th of August was finally released after he met his bail conditions. Read More
On Wednesday evening, the 15th of August 2018, Jones Abiri, a Nigerian journalist detained for over two years was released after he met his bail conditions. Read More
The Premium Times Centre for Investigative Journalism (PTCIJ) has released the statement below, appealing to the management of University of Ibadan to consider its decision to rusticate Kunle Adebajo over a critical article published two years ago. Read More
Outstanding student journalists from across Nigerian universities are to be honoured in Abuja.
The award ceremony is being organised by the Premium Times Centre for Investigative Journalism (PTCIJ). Read More
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Last week, the Centre for Democracy and Development (CDD) released the report of its opinion poll. The opinion poll termed “Buharimeter Opinion Poll”, assessed the opinions of Nigerians as regards the 3-year Buhari Administration. Read More
Throughout last week, DUBAWA staff (a project under the Premium Times Centre for Investigative Journalism) spent their days training over 50 journalists from two newsrooms (Daily Trust and News Agency of Nigeria) on the theory and practise of factchecking. Factchecking, they claim, is fundamental to the practice of journalism and is necessary for strengthening the ideals of democracy. And they cannot be closer to the truth! Read More
The Fellowship is uniquely designed to support up to 3 senior/mid-career Nigerian journalists to deepen their mastery of oil and gas reporting through a tailored professional development program over a period of one year. Read More
Nigerian lawmakers have come under fire for a barrage of reasons lately. From their gargantuan salaries to unproductive and dissatisfactory representation, especially in the implementation of Constituency Projects, the National Assembly has had a tumultuous journey so far. Read More