Nairaland is a platform where citizens can express their civic engagement by posting stories and comments about the community. Its user-generated content shows a high level of civic engagement. The site has been visited by more than 400,000 people, and the number of comments and posts is growing daily.
NTA journalists cover stories their bosses want them to cover
As journalists, it is important to do your homework before covering a story. Some reporters will cover stories their bosses want them to cover. The BBC is no different. They are biased and cover stories that benefit their bosses. The BBC has a long history of failing to provide a safe space for local journalists.
In a recent scandal, the Lagos Times editor, Mr. Ishiekwene, was accused of bribery and corruption. It is reported that he sent text messages to journalists to protect himself. It is widely believed that journalists who are involved in corrupt enrichment will be silenced.
Call records obtained from telecoms companies facilitated journalists’ arrests
The story of the journalist’s arrest is a disturbing one, but it is not an isolated one. In August 2021, a Nigerian man, Sylvester Ekpemokan, was abducted and eventually killed during illegal detention. He was arrested by the Nigerian Army after he was accused of hitting another vehicle. Ekpemokan, who was driving on August 10 when he was arrested, never returned from the military guardroom.
Stories focused on terrorism in Nigeria
The Nigerian government is grappling with the challenges of terrorism and the resulting conflict in the country. While a number of donors have provided financial assistance, the militarized response has hampered efforts to integrate former violent extremists into society. The country needs a multifaceted response to tackle the underlying causes of insecurity. These include chronic weaknesses in service delivery, corrupt governance, and environmental degradation. In addition, the military’s control over screening for potential terrorism suspects is opaque and lacks civilian oversight. This has resulted in detainees being held for years without evidence. It also needs to adopt community consultations and a more holistic approach to the defectors program.
The rise of Boko Haram in Nigeria has exposed the country’s deep ethnic and religious cleavages. Nigeria is made up of nearly 350 ethnic groups, including Hausa and Fulani, Yoruba, and Igbo. Its violence has spread to neighboring countries and beyond the country’s borders, displacing millions of people. Its violent campaign has also resulted in numerous abductions and the burning of villages. Despite efforts by the government to fight the extremist group, the violence continues.
Terrorist groups have also targeted humanitarian assets, aid workers, and other targets in Nigeria. Attacks on roads, public places, and humanitarian workers have been reported, but the extent of these incidents is unknown. Meanwhile, the al-Qaeda-linked Jamaat al-Muslimeen fi Bilad al-Sudan, or Ansaru, has carried out several attacks throughout northern Nigeria. The group has claimed to have killed scores of people in an ambush on the Kaduna-Zaira highway.
In Nigeria, Boko Haram has also been waging war on the country’s civilians, and has used women as suicide bombers. Since its formation, Boko Haram has killed over 20,000 people and displaced a million people. In recent years, Boko Haram has become one of the most deadly terrorist groups, contributing to the devastation of the northeast region of the country.
The stories published on the Nairaland blog site are mainly about the conduct of elected officials and terrorism in Nigeria. Among other topics covered, these stories also touch on the general conduct of the society. The Nairaland blog site’s editors and moderators based the prominence of stories primarily on political officials in relation to the number of views they received. They also sought to balance the stories and focus on other aspects of Nigerian society.
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The upcoming elections in Nairaland are a big test for the government and its candidates. The GEJ is worried about being voted out by the people and may resort to election rigging to protect his image. But let’s not go into that. Let’s take a look at some facts that will help us decide who we should vote for.
The next president of the country is set to be voted into office. The date was announced by INEC during a media briefing held in Abuja. The presidential election will be held on the same day as the elections for the national assembly and governorship. This means that the presidential election will have a big impact on the outcome of the other elections. However, INEC has not done much publicity about the registration process.
The police and other security agencies have a crucial role to play in securing the elections. While the police is the lead agency, the military and other security agencies play a complementary role in the electoral process. Their professional knowledge must be updated to ensure a secure environment for citizens to exercise their franc