NUJ

Lagos NUJ Elections: An Appeal For Peace

The committee of leaders and elders in the Lagos State Council of the Nigerian Union of Journalists welcomes the fact that the postponed elections into the state Exco would now hold on Thursday November 5, 2020. We have been highly concerned about the heated atmosphere in the countdown to the elections and on at least […]

NUJ

Lagos NUJ Chair, Akinreti Condemns Killing Of Protesters, Appeals For Normalcy

Chairman of the Nigerian Union of Journalists (NUJ), Lagos Chapter,  Dr. Qasim Akinreti has condemned the Tuesday massacre of unarmed protesters at the Lekki toll gate in Lagos by security operatives. Akinreti who condemns the attack in strong terms in a release, said, “I strongly condemn  the  reports of  shootings and killings of protesters at […]

International Press Centre

IPC Condemns Attack On NUJ Secretary, Journalists

 The International Press Centre (IPC) Lagos has condemned the attack on the Secretary of the Nigeria Union of Journalists (NUJ), Osun State Council and some other journalists on Monday 16th of July, 2018. In a release signed by Melody Akinjiyan Program Officer/Safety Desk Officer, details from Nigerian Tribune has it that, “Suspected hoodlums attacked some journalists […]

NUJ Kicks As Oyo Govt Calls Journalists Dullards

The Nigeria Union of Journalists (NUJ), Oyo State Council,has condemned the description of its members as “dullards and incompetent” by the state government during the redeployment of 22 workers of the state broadcasting outfit, Broadcasting Corporation of Oyo State (BCOS). The body said in a statement on Thursday that it received the news of the […]

Celebrants and participants at the event

Journalist Funmi Falobi Celebrates Birthday, Gives Back To Student Journalists

A journalist and trainer, Mrs. Funmi Falobi has marked her 40th birthday with a lecture for student journalists in Lagos. The event which held at the International Press Centre, Ogba, Lagos attracted students and lecturers from the Yaba College of Technology and the Nigerian Institute of Journalism, Ogba, Lagos. Falobi, a former correspondent with Daily […]

NAWOJ President, Omowole, faces fire over multimillion-naira journalists’ housing scandal

In 2014, the President of the National Association of Women Journalists, Mrs. Ifeyinwa Omowole, sold the idea of low cost housing for women journalists in the state to the National Union of Journalists, Lagos State Council. Three years down the line, with contributions running into almost N100m, no journalist or contributor to the scheme has […]