The Sun newspaper Nigeria berthed in the Nigerian media industry in January, 2003 as a weekly digest that provides news from events of each week in focus. With the slogan “Voice of the nation,” Sun newspaper started its daily production by June, 2003. Meanwhile, by making a sale of about 80% of its daily prints […]
Unarguably, the most patronized daily in the country is the Punch newspaper Nigeria. Punch started operations in Nigeria in 1965. The company started operations between 1971 and 1973, and was founded by the duo of Sam Amuka and James Aboderin. Punch basically centers its news on political development in the local and international scenes, and […]
Following its debut in July 2006, the Nation newspaper Nigeria has been a daily digest providing information to Nigerians – and indeed, the rest of the world – from different sectors and industries within and outside the country. Presently, the newspaper is published daily in Lagos by Vintage Press Limited, and distributed across the length […]
Nigerian President, Goodluck Jonathan yesterday inaugurated a 24-man dialogue committee aimed at helping resolve the insecurity in the North. The Committee on Dialogue and Peaceful Resolution of Security Challengesin the North, has been saddled with the responsibility of establishing the link and opening up dialogue with members of the dreaded Boko Haram sect.
Nigeria has more far Muslims (75 million) than Saudi Arabia (22 million), the birthplace of Islaam. There are more Muslims in Nigeria than there are in any other country in Africa. The largest church in the UK, the Kingsway International Christian Centre, is owned by a Nigerian, Matthew Ashimolowo. The largest annual Christian gathering in […]