Who owns Alaroye?

Who owns Alaroye?

Musa Alao Adedayo
Alaroye is a weekly newspaper published in Nigeria in the Yoruba language by Musa Alao Adedayo of the World Information Agents Lagos.

What is the size of IWE Iroyin newspaper?

The 32-page tabloid, which is an initiative of the Nigeria Union of Journalists, NUJ, Ogun State Council, was reviewed by Adegoke Raufu, the Head of the Department of Mass Communication at the Moshood Abiola Polytechnic, Abeokuta. The newspaper is printed on pure white bond of 60 gram thickness.

What is the name of Nigeria’s first newspaper?

Ìwé Ìròhìn fún àwọn ará Ẹgbá àti Yorùbá was a Yoruba and English language newspaper that ran for eight years from 1859 to 1867 for the Egba people of Abeokuta and the rest of Yorubaland. Iwe Irohin was Nigeria’s first newspaper.

What is the name of the second newspaper in Nigeria?

For instance, the second Nigerian newspaper, Anglo-African was established in 1863 by Robert Campbell.

What is the history of newspaper in Nigeria?

The life of newspapers in Nigeria started in the 19th century when the European missioner from Presbyterian Church Rev. Henry Townsend established the first printing press in 1854. Five years later, the first newspaper came out, called “Iwe Irohin Fun Awon Ara Egba Ati Yoruba.”

What is the most expensive school in Nigeria?

Most expensive schools in Nigeria in 2021

  • British International School, Lagos.
  • Lekki British international High School.
  • Meadow Hall Lagos.
  • American International School, Lagos.
  • Loyola Jesuit, Abuja.
  • Hillcrest School, Abuja.
  • Dowen College, Lekki.
  • Charles Dale Memorial memorial International Schoo.

How many types of newspaper do we have in Nigeria?

Using these three owner- ship categories the Nigerian Press can be classified into four newspaper types, the last of which is a hybrid. They are ‘overseas commercial’, ‘political party’, ‘government’, and ‘overseas commercial /political party’.

Which is the most costly university in Nigeria?

Below is a list of the most expensive universities in Nigeria in 2021.

  • Nile University.
  • Baze University, Abuja.
  • Pan Atlantic University, Lagos.
  • American University Nigeria, Adamawa State.
  • Afe Babalola University, Ado-Ekiti.
  • Benson Idahosa University, Benin City.
  • Covenant University, Ogun State.
  • Bowen University, Ogun State.