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You Are More Likely to Believe Fake News as Elections Come Closer – Here is Why

When was the last time you saw a piece of news and you later saw an apology or rejoinder from the same or a different media house labeling the same piece as fake? The...

Kogi Women Affairs Ministry, CIPP Inaugurate Women Peace Building Council

By Stephen Adeleye. The Kogi State Ministry of Women Affairs and Social Development with support from Community Initiative to Promote Peace (CIPP), has inaugurated Women...

Keypad Warriors – Surviving Social Media Troll and Cyberharassment

The election cycle is upon us again, and with it comes a flurry of online and offline activities. The period will see an increase in online activities, especially...

Dangers of Drug Abuse: PARE Embarks on Aggressive Sensitization of Youths in Kogi

From Joseph Amedu, Lokoja A Non-governmental Organisation, Pastoral Resolve (PARE), has embarked on aggressive sensitization of Youths in the Eastern Senatorial District...

How Fake News on Social Media is Influencing Our Lives

Social media is a web of intricate network, one linking to the other. If fake news or misinformation originates at one point, given the vast structure that social media...

Combating Hate Speech on Social Media

While hate speech is not exclusively a Nigerian problem, the dynamics of how it affects the country cannot be overemphasized. In the last few years, and with the...