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  • UNESCO trains 50 female students on investigative journalism
    UNESCO trains 50 female students on investigative journalism

    The United Nations Education, Scientific and Cultural Organization, UNESCO, has trained no fewer than 50 female student-journalists in 11 tertiary institutions in the  South-West on investigative journalism. The  Officer-in-charge, UNESCO Abuja, Prof. Hassana Alidou, stated this in Abeokuta, while addressing the student-journalists at the opening ceremony of the two-day capacity building workshop on investigative journalism […]

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  • Nigeria International Book Fair
    Nigeria International Book Fair

    Forty thousand visitors are expected at this year’s Nigeria International Book Fair which opened on Monday at the Multi-Purpose Hall, University of Lagos. The Executive Secretary, Nigerian Book Fair Trust, -organisers of the event – Mr. Abiodun Omotubi, who disclosed this during an interview with our correspondent, said it was the first time all the […]

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