Nigeria Newspapers: Conscience Nurtured By Money

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The Nigerian media is like screw all those students that died …. forget that Boko Haram leader that was declared dead on not one but two occasions is still alive …. and just took over yet another town and is releasing videos like a Beyoncé Album…screw all that!

GEJ is about to declare!

So let’s make that our front page leading advert I mean story, with the tag “Today History Is Made!” And then let’s see if we can squeeze in those 47 dead secondary students in the remaining white space so Nigerians won’t catch on. And then we can count our PDP sell-out money later!

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13 comments on “Nigeria Newspapers: Conscience Nurtured By Money

  1. Di'Otun on said:

    I disagree with you on this one. When APC n co declared their intention there was no problem then. Now GEJ made his open secret declaration everyone is crying foul. Please must we hate on GEJ all the time? Cut him some slice of peace, will you? There’s nothing wrong with the media’s reportage about his declaration. Must we always promote activities of evil doers (terrorist) by all means and paint the nation in red?

    • Ofili

      “There’s nothing wrong with the media’s reportage about his declaration.” this was not a report, it was an advert.

  2. You guys are getting it all wrong. The terror attacks almost always seem to be a prelude to a major pdp or presidential activity. So when the activity goes on, the government is painted as being insensitive or it takes the shine off of the event. Boko haram is a political tool. There is more to it than meets the eye of the ‘ordinary’ nigerian. Politics is being played with people’s lives. Jonathan might not be the smartest president ever but i’d rather have him win than give in to those religious bigots. Notice any similarities between ISIS and boko haram?

  3. I don’t get the problem. What is wrong with placing an advert in a newspaper. The GEJ hating is getting out of hand. The space was bought, paid for prior to any news that would have come today.

    It is very clear that it is an advert and not a news report.

    What are the real issues, anyway?

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