In life, the prayer of every good father is for his offsprings to become greater than him.Today, we are going to be talking about a great man who was a journalist from Nigeria.
I Will Tamper With Press Freedom – Says Buhari President Muhammadu Buhari’s fight against press freedom begun many years back, a renowned journalist revealed. Buhari had as far back 1984 vowed to tamper with press freedom. This claim was revealed in an exclusive interview with KAYODE OYERO, former Editor-In-Chief of Newswatch Magazine and Chief Executive Officer of MayFive Media Limited, Ray Ekpu.
34 Years After Dele Giwa was Assassinated, Meet All His Surviving Children & Wife (Photos). Sumonu Oladele Giwa who's otherwise known as Dele Giwa was a Nigerian Journalist, editor and also the founder of Newswatch Magazine or Newspaper. Dele Giwa was born on 16 March, 1947 but died on 19 October, 1986, it is made known that Dele Giwa was assassinated after he received a parcel which turned out to be letter bomb. Before his death, Dele Giwa was married to Olufunmilayo Olaniyan and the have children together
Meet Late Dele Giwa, the Journalist Who was Killed Years Ago & See His Beautiful Daughter (PHOTOS). Sometimes we just need to remember some of our great people for the good example they have laid down for our children and even their children. This is the case of Late Dele Giwa who was a good example for all the Journalist we now have in Nigeria. Dele Giwa was a Nigerian Journalist, editor, and he's the founder of Newswatch Magazine back then in 1984. Dele Giwa was not born into a rich family but he worked his
When Dele Giwa, co-founder and editor of the deceased Newswatch Magazine, was killed on Sunday, October 19, 1986, exactly 33 years ago today, by a parcel bomb on 25 Talabi Road, off Adeniyi Jones Avenue, Ikeja, Lagos, it was a mystery to the country , particularly because the delivery personnel of that parcel were undetected. Giwa 's death remains an enigma! It was expressed with a very clear aim to complete it. It was a new method of murder creation and a well-executed technique. It was a bomb sent in the form
Dele Giwa was a foremost activist who was killed through a parcel bomb on the 19th of October,1986 in Lagos.He was the Editor-in-Chief and Chief Executive Officer of the Newswatch Magazine which he had formed with Ray Ekpu,Dan Agbese and Yakubu Mohammed.Before he began the Newswatch he had worked for other firms like the Newyork Times in America and upon his return to Nigeria with the Daily Times.He was an avid writer on political issues including his article on the Second Tier Foreign Exchange Market (SFEM)
A story published by TELL MAGAZINE in 1993 claims that the late human right activist and lawyer Gani Fawehinmi filled, at least, 32 cases and made 315 court appearances on the mysterious death of Dele Giwa Photo source: BCOS.tv Death is a matter of appointment which every being, consciously or unconsciously, must keep. Death is unavoidable, yet nobody wishes to die—not even the most valiant of men would embrace death so willingly. Averagely, those who commit suicide still struggle or shout for rescue befo
Opinion: For an organisation registered on the 8th of August 1970, Punch Newspapers has always earned my respect. Not only because I grew up reading Punch Newspaper alongside Nigerian Tribune and NewsWatch Magazine (Courtesy of my dad of course), but because my experience in the media gave me an insight into how they pay so much attention to staff welfare while staying committed to their tripartite function of informing, educating and entertaining Nigerians and the world at large while also holding the gove
In one of the recent articles of Dulue Mbachu, a Nigerian journalist who works for Newswatch Magazine and Guardian Group, titled "Trapped by Coronavirus, Nigeria’s Elite Faces Squalid Hospitals" published on April 2, 2020. He speaks heavily on the nature of poor health system in Nigeria lamenting that the limited number of Doctors we have in Nigeria cannot fight the battle ahead of COVID-19 as they are far below WHO recommendation. According to him, "Nigeria has 75,000 doctors, far below WHO recommendatio
About Dele Giwa, was a Nigerian journalist and co-founder of newswatch magazine who died by letter bomb rocked the Nation A story published by TELL MAGAZINE claims that the late human right activist and lawyer Gani Fawehinmi filled at least, 32 cases and made 315 court appearances on the mysterious death of Dele Giwa. Death is a matter of appointment which every being, consciously or unconsciously, must keep. Death is unavoidable, yet nobody wishes to die—not even the most valiant of men would embrace death
Dele Giwa, a co-founder and Editor-in-Chief of the defunct Newswatch Magazine, was killed on Sunday, October 19, 1986, exactly 33 years ago today, through a parcel bomb in his 25, Talabi Street, off Adeniyi Jones Avenue, Ikeja, Lagos residence, it was a mystery to the nation, especially since the delivery personnel of that parcel was and have not been detected. Giwa’s death remains an enigma! It was articulately plotted with a very clear mission of terminating him completely. It was a brutal technology me