Adesina urges journalists to tell Nigeria’s story positively

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Adesina urges journalists to tell Nigeria’s story positively FEMI-ADESINA



Special Adviser to President Muhammadu Buhari on Media and Publicity, Mr Femi Adesina has called on Nigerian journalists to tell the country’s stories positively.

Adesina spoke at Nnamdi Azikiwe University, Awka, Anambra State during the 25th anniversary of the Department of Mass Communication of the University, as its keynote speaker.

Represented by Professor Venatius Agbanu, Adesina said, “We know how much Hollywood has told the American story. It has totally shaped people’s understanding of America.

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A veteran journalist, brand and marketing analyst, Mrs Kasie Abone who was the jubilee lecturer spoke on the need for training among Mass Communication practitioners.

Kasie, a journalist with THISDAY newspaper urged students of the department to always update and enhance their knowledge through training and retraining, even after school.

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“This underscores the importance of training for Mass Communication practitioners. You cannot achieve excellence in any field of endeavour without adequate training.

“Training therefore simply means equipping yourself with basic tools of knowledge or skill-sets needed to perform the task at hand.

“It could be through structured learning, as is seen in informal education institutions or hands-on or mentoring by a professional, like on the job, in-house), Internship or others, to gain professional experience. It could also be through e-learning, workshops, seminars, etc.”

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