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Media scholars agree Nigerian journalists work in terrible economic conditions

It was a rare case of intellectual consensus last week Thursday, May 3, 2018, when media scholars of the Lagos State University School of Communication agreed, through all the scholarly papers presented in group B during the one-day conference which marked the 2018 World Press Freedom Day,  that Nigerian journalists work in one of the worst economic conditions in the world.

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Corruption in Nigeria: Is it a perception?

There appears to be some measure of unanimity among analysts both within and outside Nigeria that the nation is a highly corrupt society. The country’s successive governments since the return of democracy in 1999 do not quite agree. This can be deduced from certain viewpoints that are usually officially canvassed on behalf of the nation. The first is that there is corruption everywhere, making it obvious that it is not peculiar to Nigeria. Some say, if the British knew nothing about corruption, the term would not have evolved as an English word.

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