Tag: Bloggers

Mercy Abang: Important Role of Young Ghanaian Bloggers During The Elections #GhanaDecides

by Mercy Abang from Accra Ghana Citizen journalism, especially in Africa where the media is largely controlled by owners or gagged by patronage from state actors, has continued to play a crucial and notable role during elections in the modern world. Citizen journalists have become important social actors within the[Read More…]

“Power Without Control Is A Recipe For Disaster”- Lai Mohammed Wants Nigerian Bloggers To Self-Regulate

Nigeria’s Minister of Information and Culture, Lai Mohammed says the Federal government is not about to regulate or stultify the Nigerian Social Media. He said this at a meeting with bloggers Monday at Zen Garden Chinese restaurant Ikeja, Lagos today November 23rd. “There is enormous power in your fingertips, and[Read More…]

READ!! The Complete Report Of Nigerian Bloggers Assessment Tour To Abia State #TAOrjiFeedback

By Tahir Sherrif Governor T.A Orji who recently hosted bloggers in Umuahia the Abia State capital is the second governor in Nigeria to actively engage the online community in what can be said to be a participatory system of governance. The first was Governor of Ekiti State “I do not[Read More…]

Opinion: APC Leaders, Paid Bloggers & Social Media Thugs

In recent times, there has been a series of personal attacks sponsored in a section of the media by some All Progressives Congress (APC) leaders in a spirited plot to discredit officials of the federal government and those of the ruling Peoples Democratic Party (PDP). The overall Machiavellian purpose of[Read More…]