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Vacancy: Chief Correspondent and Reporter

The International Press Centre (IPC), implementing partners of component 4 of the European Union Support to Democratic Governance in Nigeria-Phase 2 (EUSDGN II) requests application from suitably qualified applicants for vacant positions under its online news portal, (www.ndr.org.ng) the Nigerian Democratic Report (NDR). NDR is an independent news medium and media resource online platform managed […]Read More

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Vacancy: Newspaper Media Content Monitoring Activity

The International Press Centre (IPC), implementing partner of component 4 of the European Union Support to Democratic Governance in Nigeria-Phase 2 (EUSDGN II) requests application from suitably qualified applicants for ‘Media Monitors’ and ‘Head, Media Monitoring Unit’ positions under it Media Monitoring activity. About the media monitoring activity:The monitoring activity would entail the survey/assessment and […]Read More

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N5M FINE IMPOSED ON TRUST TV ARBITRARY AND UNACCEPTABLE

PRESS RELEASE N5M FINE IMPOSED ON TRUST TV ARBITRARY AND UNACCEPTABLE. For Immediate Release, Wednesday August 3, 2022 The International Press Centre (IPC), Lagos-Nigeria is miffed that the National Broadcasting Commission has slammed a hefty fine of N5m (Five Million Naira) on Trust TV over the broadcast of a documentary on the state of insecurity […]Read More

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FEDERAL GOVERNMENT CANNOT BE THE ACCUSER, PROSECUTOR AND JUDGE AGAINST

Press StatementFEDERAL GOVERNMENT CANNOT BE THE ACCUSER, PROSECUTOR AND JUDGE AGAINST THE MEDIA For immediate release, July 29, 2022 The International Press Centre (IPC), Lagos Nigeria is worried by the recent utterances by the Federal Government of Nigeria threatening to sanction the BBC and Trust television for airing documentaries that allegedly glorified and fueled terrorism […]Read More

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IPC CONDEMNS UNLAWFUL ARREST OF PREMIUM TIMES JOURNALIST: CALLS FOR

Press Statement IPC CONDEMNS UNLAWFUL ARREST OF PREMIUM TIMES JOURNALIST: CALLS FOR HIS IMMEDIATE RELEASE For immediate release, July 27, 2022 The International Press Centre (IPC), Lagos–Nigeria condemns the unlawful arrest of Premium Times reporter Saviour Imukudo, by the police on the order of the Akwa Ibom Chief Judge, Ekaette Obot while he was at […]Read More

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OSUN DECIDES: IPC URGES JOURNALISTS TO EMBRACE SAFETY/SECURITY CONSCIOUSNESS

Press Release OSUN DECIDES: IPC URGES JOURNALISTS TO EMBRACE SAFETY/SECURITY CONSCIOUSNESS For immediate release, July 15, 2022 The International Press Centre (IPC), Lagos- Nigeria has tasked journalists on electoral duty in Osun State to adequately integrate safety and security consciousness to the performance of their professional roles. IPC said the advisory was necessary because many […]Read More

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IPC CONDEMNS LAWMAKER’S ASSAULT ON JOURNALIST: CALLS FOR IMMEDIATE ACTION

Press Statement IPC CONDEMNS LAWMAKER’S ASSAULT ON JOURNALIST: CALLS FOR IMMEDIATE ACTION For immediate release, July 5, 2022 The International Press Centre (IPC), Lagos–Nigeria condemns the assault on journalist Leftist Aimeuaewonso, who received slaps and punches from a member of the Edo State House of Assembly, Ephraim Aluebhosele when he questioned him on action being […]Read More

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Communiqué of two-day Media Capacity Building Workshop on Safety/Security Consciousness

Communiqué of two-day Media Capacity Building Workshop on Safety/Security Consciousness & Mechanisms in Investigative Reporting and Coverage of Conflicts or Dangerous Assignments Organised by International Press Centre (IPC) for Journalists in Anambra, Delta and Edo States on Wednesday June 29 & Thursday June 30, 2022 in Asaba, Delta State, Nigeria.  The two-day workshop was held […]Read More

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IPC DECRIES DETENTION AND HARASSMENT OF WIKKI TIMES PUBLISHER AND

For immediate release: Tuesday June 28, 2022: The International Press Centre (IPC), Lagos-Nigeria, condemns in strong terms the harassment and molestation of Mr. Haruna Mohammed, the publisher of WikkiTimes online newspaper and one of the reporters, Mr. Idris Kamal, by the Police in Bauchi, Bauchi State. The ordeal of the two journalists began on Monday, June 27, 2022, when they honoured an […]Read More