IPI Nigeria Holds World Press Freedom Day Symposium

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The International Press Institute, IPI, Nigeria, is holding a one-day symposium on Friday May 6, 2022 to commemorate the 2022 World Press Freedom Day.

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This was contained in a statement issued by the body’s Secretary, Ahmed I. Shekarau.

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The statement said that a former Director General of the Nigerian Television Authority (NTA), Prof. Tonnie Iredia, will be the guest speaker at the symposium.

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The statement said further that Prof. Iredia, who is now a lecturer in Mass Communication at the Nasarawa State University, will speak on “What Journalists and Media in Nigeria Need to Do to Keep Safe, Retain Credibility and be Sustainable.”

The statement lists as panelists to discuss the former NTA DG’s presentation, the Senior Special Assistant on Media to the First Lady, Hon. Muhammad Sani Zorro; President of the National Association of Women Journalists (NAWOJ), Mrs. Ladi Bala and the Nigeria Police Force Public Relations Officer, CSP Olumuyiwa Adejobi.

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The panel discussion, according to the statement, will be moderated by the Editor-in-Chief of LEADERSHIP, Mr. Azubuike Ishiekwene.

The event which is scheduled to hold at the National Press Centre, Radio House, Garki, Abuja, will be graced by top media leaders, editors and reporters, and is to kick off at 10am.

IPI also announced that provision has been made for remote participation by stakeholders who may not be at the venue of the event.

The Zoom link for virtual participation is as follows:

https://us06web.zoom.us/j/87905583791?pwd=dnpuV3NRM2RjdEd5QVhqV2E2cVEzdz09

Meeting ID: 879 0558 3791

Passcode: qV94NB

The statement said that IPI Nigeria will be hosting the World Press Freedom Day symposium in collaboration with the national body of the Nigeria Union of Journalists (NUJ).

IPI Nigeria is an affiliate of IPI, with headquarters in Vienna, Austria, which is a global network of media executives, editors and leading journalists, established in 1950, to crusade for media freedom in every corner of the world.

Members of the body are totally committed to credible and independent journalism, media freedom, freedom of speech and the free flow of news and information.

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