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TELL Wins Again

TELL Wins Again

On a day meant to reward journalists, TELL Magazine again walked tall as its reporter clinches the infrastructure reporting award It was another good night for TELL Magazine in Johannesburg, South Africa, Thursday, November 13, as its reporter, Anthony Akaeze, a senior assistant editor, won the Zimeo Excellence in Media Award. Akaeze won in the


Subsidy: Damn Stupid

There was one statistics we could not lay our hands on before going to press last week: the percentage of fuel stations in the country that are regularly dispensing premium motor spirit, pms. But one thing that was apparent is the growing sense of despondency that greets the mention of subsidy, due to the cost

TETFund Bemoans Low Funding for Education

The Executive Secretary, Tertiary Education Fund, TETFund has bemoaned the growing inadequacy of fund for tertiary institutions in Nigeria. Elizabeth Evoh-Gardner, a Professor representing the executive secretary, stated this on Tuesday, which was day two of TELL’s tertiary education forum held in Abuja. Evoh-Gardner blamed the development on the establishment of additional public and private

TELL’s Conference on Tertiary Education Begins

In a quest to seek long term and sustainable solution to challenges confronting Nigeria’s higher education, a two-day conference of higher education stakeholders involving the government, educational institutions and industries has opened at the Nicon Luxury Hotel, Abuja, Nigeria’s capital on Monday. The conference put together by the National Higher Education Forum, NHEF a nongovernmental

Again, TELL Leads At Media Merit Award

The year 2014 is another outstanding and rewarding one for TELL Communications Limited, publishers of TELL magazine, as its reporters swept 13 out of 39 awards at the just concluded 2014 Nigerian Media Merit Awards, NMMA, held in Owerri, Imo State on Saturday. TELL magazine, which won the WAMCO Prize for Newsmagazine of the year,

Armed Men Attack TELL Journalists

  Mark Itsibor, a reporter and Paul Kuyoro, a photojournalist with TELL magazine were today brutalised by thugs and armed policemen attached to a Chinese construction company handling the Alagbole-Yakoyo bridge construction work in Ogun State. The TELL journalists were attacked while going about their lawful duties, interviewing residents and others about the state of

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