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Media holds roundtable on industry regulation

Main media homes in Nigeria and stakeholders, together with civil society and non-media teams, will collect in Lagos on Monday to debate a suitable framework for media regulation within the nation. 

This transfer to deepen public belief by organising a reputable adjudicatory mechanism, is beneath the auspices of the Newspaper Proprietors Affiliation of Nigeria (NPAN) in collaboration with the Nigerian Guild of Editors (NGE), the Nigeria Union of Journalists (NUJ) and the Broadcasting Organisations of Nigeria (BON) and the MacArthur Basis.

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In line with an announcement on Thursday by the Government Secretary of the Newspaper Proprietors’ Affiliation of Nigeria (NPAN), Feyi Smith, revered media guru and erstwhile governor of Ogun State, Chief Olusegun Osoba, will preside on the roundtable.  

Different outstanding leaders from media apply, administration, possession, the academia, professionals,leaders of outstanding media NGOs, the Bar, the legislature and the diplomatic corps are additionally anticipated. 

The theme of the roundtable is ‘Deepening Media Professionalism by means of Co-regulation’, and the programme will likely be in two classes. 

“The primary is on ‘Ideas on Co-regulation by means of an Unbiased Ombudsman Framework’. The second session will take into account ‘The Revised Draft of a New Code of Ethics for Nigerian Journalists’.

The occasion will maintain at Protea Lodge, Ikeja Choose, Alausa, Ikeja, at  10.00am.

Malam Kabiru A. Yusuf,  who can also be the president of the NPAN and the Nigeria Press Organisation (NPO), will likely be supported by the  president of the Nigeria Guild of Editors (NGE), Mr Mustapha Isah; the president of the NUJ, Chief Chris Isiguzo; the president of BON, Mr John Ugbe; the president of the Broadcasting Organisations of Nigeria, Mr Man Murray-Bruce; the president of IBAN and Mr Yakubu. C. Maikyau, SAN, president of the NBA. 

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