Legal and Judicial Affairs

International Press Centre trains Journalists ahead of 2019 election

The International Press Centre is organising a training workshop for journalists selected from across the six States in the Southwest region of Nigeria.

The two-day capacity building workshop specifically targets political correspondents who would be covering the 2019 elections.

The workshop will address issues bordering on the challenges of election coverage in Nigeria as well as the use of digital tools to cover the political space.

Resource persons for the event scheduled to hold from October 31st to November 1st in Abeokuta, Ogun State include the Editor of Thisday newspaper, Bolaji Adebiyi and the founder of Journalism clinic, Taiwo Obe.

Voice of Nigeria's Taiwo Ojedele and twenty-four other journalists out of over five hundred applicants will benefit from the programme designed to prepare them ahead of the 2019 general election.

Source: Voice of Nigeria

Legal and Judicial Affairs

International Press Centre trains Journalists ahead of 2019 election

The International Press Centre is organising a training workshop for journalists selected from across the six States in the Southwest region of Nigeria.

The two-day capacity building workshop specifically targets political correspondents who would be covering the 2019 elections.

The workshop will address issues bordering on the challenges of election coverage in Nigeria as well as the use of digital tools to cover the political space.

Resource persons for the event scheduled to hold from October 31st to November 1st in Abeokuta, Ogun State include the Editor of Thisday newspaper, Bolaji Adebiyi and the founder of Journalism clinic, Taiwo Obe.

Voice of Nigeria's Taiwo Ojedele and twenty-four other journalists out of over five hundred applicants will benefit from the programme designed to prepare them ahead of the 2019 general election.

Source: Voice of Nigeria