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Stallion Times Trains Journalists, CSOs on Tracking Constituency Projects

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Stallion Times Media Services has trained about 40 journalists and representatives of Civil Society Organizations (CSOs) on how to track constituency projects in Kogi State. The two-day workshop which took place on October 18 and...

Kanem Press Trains 73 Journalists in Northeast Nigeria on Reporting Historical Sites and Monuments

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Kanem Press Digital Hub has trained 73 young journalists from the Northeast region of Nigeria on reporting historical sites and monuments, and the potential opportunities that abound in the Lake Chad Region of Yobe...

Stallion Times Media Services Trains Journalists on Budget Tracking, Reporting in Kano

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Stallion Times Media Services on September 7 and 8, 2022, trained no fewer than 30 journalists on Budget Tracking and Reporting under the ‘Get Involved, Dialogue and Improve Project (G-DIP) in Kano, the Kano...

Women Radio Centre Holds Investigative Reporting Training for Female Journalists

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The Women Radio Centre (WRC), the first female academy established to train women in the media, has carried out a one-week intensive training for female journalists from across Nigeria’s six geo-political zones to build...

NOA Trains State Directors, FOIA Desk Office on Open Governance

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The National Orientation Agency (NOA) has held a capacity building training programme for NOA State Directors and Freedom of Information Act (FOIA) Desk Officers from different government agencies in a bid to entrench the...