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4 January 2021 0 Comments Read 733 Times

Media consultancy: How to make a difference


Every industry is going through challenges as the pandemic continues to create havoc. Media consultancy or any other consultancy is not spared. By now everyone should be getting used to the ?new normal?. Whoever thinks things will return to the old way will have to wait for a long haul. That possibility does not even […]

15 December 2020 0 Comments Read 460 Times

Media profession in 2021 and beyond


Media profession is witnessing changes. This is not peculiar to media industry alone. The outlook permeates over to every profession. People or consumers expectation about the industry continue to be on the increase due to the fact that internet is changing the face of the profession. Aside from this, many non-trained media professionals are taking […]

8 December 2020 0 Comments Read 472 Times

Media use: trends in Stakeholders’ communications


When it comes to media use with regards to stakeholders? communications, we all know life and society keep evolving. The pandemic is changing a lot of communications formats we are used to. People and brands are used to working at home. This is trend is likely to continue for a while as the second wave […]

3 December 2020 1 Comment Read 773 Times

Winning Strategy: What lack of discipline cost me


Winning strategy is the lifeblood of any successful initiative. Getting it right is important. This is because it has been affirmed 70 percent of strategic plan often fails. This failure also is the cause of 73 percent failure of great initiatives Leo Bottary, the Vice President, Public Affairs of Vistage International, affirmed it takes a […]

4 June 2020 0 Comments Read 1022 Times

Global Strategic Market lnvasion In The New Normal Workshop


Within the first quarter of 2020, the spread of COVID-19 across the globe had and is still causing lots of disruption in every sphere. Many had been asking or agitating for when things will go back to normal. As we know, the curve of Coronavirus is not yet flattened.? As at now there seems to […]

4 May 2020 0 Comments Read 793 Times

Nigeria, Covid-19 Danger looms


Nigeria’s Covid-19 spike had been on the increase. For some reasons known to government, lockdown policy has been relaxed. This poor decision was out of pressure as government was unable to provide any meaningful palliative that works. Can you join me in making this campaign go viral #LetATMwork247 What I have seen in Lagos today […]

28 November 2019 0 Comments Read 1528 Times

Stop playing with fire, Media stakeholders warn Nigerian Senate


The ongoing hate speech and social media bills which had passed the second reading within two weeks in the Nigerian Senate is generating lots of the negative image for the National assembly. The panel discussion on hate speech and social media bills in Nigeria, implications for the media industry and the society at large which […]

26 November 2019 2 Comments Read 1094 Times

Hate speech and fake news bills, Nigerian Non Governmental organizations organize panel discussion


Africa Foundation For Young Media Professionals in Conjuction with African Centre for Media and Intercultural Dialogue is putting together a national panel discussions on the ongoing debates towards passage into bills Hate speech and social media bills popularly referred to as? ‘Social Media bill’. The two Non governmental organisations believe there is a need for […]

18 November 2019 0 Comments Read 1068 Times

Journalism and accountability:which way?


A very important feature of journalism is accountability. A non-accountable medium or journalist has lost its relevance and impact. Even in the real life, a person without any form of accountability is a dangerous fellow to associate with. To be an effective journalist, who works tirelessly in holding people and government accountable, one must begin […]

14 November 2019 0 Comments Read 881 Times

Hate speech, death sentence & the Nigeria Senate


Life? is a paradox. Human mostly focuses on seemingly irrelevant by vigorously attacking the ringworm in their bodies while leaving leprosy that is ravaging the same body. For majority of Nigerians, life has become hell of a place. To eat once or twice a day is a big issue. People in authority who should focus […]