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My agenda for BON – MultiChoice CEO

Chairman Broadcasting Organisations of Nigeria (BON) and Chief Executive Officer, MultiChoice Nigeria, John Ugbe, has promised to work with members to strengthen the organization. Ugbe...

How Lai Mohammed smuggled hate speech, social media bills into NBC...

The inclusion of hate speech provision in the recently unveiled broadcast regulatory framework was the sole decision of Alhaji Lai Mohammed, Minister of Information...

Toyin Subair plots return to Pay TV via new broadcast code

Businessman and promoter of defunct HiTV, Toyin Subair, seeks a return to the pay television industry by free-riding on the 6th National Broadcasting Commission...

APCON, AAAN, NPAN, others for first National Advertising Confab

Preparations for the maiden National Advertising Conference, have reached top gear, the Advertising Practitioners Council of Nigeria (APCON), organisers of the conference has disclosed. APCON...

Buhari approves license for online radio, TV stations

President Muhammadu Buhari has approved wide ranging reforms in the broadcasting industry, including the licensing of online radio and television stations According to a statement...

Ezekwesili, Durotoye, Moghalu blast Buhari, Atiku

Ezekwesili (ACPN), Durotoye (ANN) and Moghalu (YPP) expressed their disappointment and called on Nigerians not to vote the APC and PDP for shunning debate

Why Buhari didn’t attend presidential debate

The APC Presidential Campaign Council has offered explanations as to why President Muhammadu Buhari didn't attend the 2019 presidential debate on Saturday.

VP Osinbajo floors Peter Obi, others in Vice Presidential debate

Vice President Yemi Osinbajo has shown a gulf of class between him and other Vice Presidential candidates at the 2019 debate

N540b recovered through whistle blower policy – Lai Mohammed

Information Minister, Lai Mohammed, has said EFFC has so far recovered over 540 billion Naira through the Whistle Blower Policy.