The Penlight Media, publisher of DAILY NIGERIAN newspaper, has launched a new media innovation centre with a view to addressing challenges associated with the information dissemination in the new media era.
Journalists, bloggers and activists in Nigeria are increasingly harassed, intimidated, sometimes physically assaulted and arbitrarily arrested by Nigerian authorities simply for doing their job or expressing dissenting opinions, Amnesty International said on Monday.
On a bright Saturday morning of October 1, 1983 at Kano Race Course, the late former governor of Kano State, Sabo Bakinzuwo, started his inaugural speech as the new executive governor of the state with the most exciting part. Waxing garrulous as ever, the verbose politician glanced over his shoulder to where the late emir of Kano Alhaji Ado Bayero was sitting. "We will restore the prestige and dignity of Kano Emirate now," he said.
No fewer than 43 Human Rights lawyers have already indicated interest to stand for Jaafar Jaafar and Daily Nigerian in court over a N3 billion suit filed by Governor Abdullahi Ganduje of Kano against Mr Jaafar and his online newspaper.
Sometime in 1960, two ministers and top leaders of the defunct Northern People’s Congress, NPC, the Magajin Garin Kano, Alhaji Inuwa Wada and Ibrahim Musa Gashash, visited the Emir’s Palace, Kano to pay homage to the emir, Sir Muhammadu Sanusi.
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