“Achieving First Place Encourages Me to Push Beyond Limits,”-AAUA NUCJ President Reflects on Our Punch Essay Competition Win

By Daniel Akinte Emmanuel Oluwadola, the president of the National Union of Campus Journalists (NUCJ) and a final year student of Mass Communication at Adekunle Ajasin University Akungba Akoko, emerged as the winner of the Punch Years book essay competition for mass communication students and campus journalists. Emmanuel Oluwadola’s triumph in The Punch Essay Competition […]

Ospoly Mass Communication Holds Movie Premiere

By Fathia Idera The HND 2 Broadcast students of Mass Communication at Osun State Polytechnic, Iree, showcased their movie premiere titled “Vengeance.” The event, held at the ETF hall of the institution, was a collaborative effort between the students, their department lecturers, and the school management, who provided essential equipment for the movie’s successful production. […]

IPC Warns DSS Against Director’s Harassment, Alleges Abuse of Power

The International Press Centre (IPC) has condemned in the strongest terms the persistent harassment of its Executive Director, Lanre Arogundade, by officials of the State Security Service (DSS). In a statement on Tuesday by Melody Akinjiyan, the Press Freedom Officer, said the recent harassment of Arogundade at the Murtala Mohammed International Airport, Lagos, while boarding […]

Bridging the Digital Divide in Education: How Government can Ensure Equitable Opportunities for All

In today’s digital age, access to technology and digital resources has become indispensable for education.  However, a significant digital divide persists, disproportionately affecting students from lower socioeconomic backgrounds or remote geographic locations.  This article explores why governments should prioritize bridging this divide in education, highlighting the disparities it creates and discussing relevant policies and programs […]

Sokoto Sheikh Faces Backlash for Defying Moon Sighting Protocol with Early Eid Prayer

Boluwatife Adedokun  Following the declaration by the Sultan of Sokoto, Alhaji Sa’ad Abubakar, that Eid-el-Fitr would be observed on Wednesday, Sheikh Musa Lukwa, a Muslim cleric based in Sokoto, led his followers in Eid prayers at his Juma’at mosque around 8:30 am on Tuesday morning. The Sultan’s decision was based on reports from the National […]