Olomu Cautions Online Publishers  On Fake News

Olomu Cautions Online Publishers  On Fake News

The National Co-ordinator of the Association of Professional Online Publishers and Journalists in Nigeria, ( APPJIN), Clementina Olomu Wednesday alerted its members to be vigilant over what she described as 'prevalence of fake news'.

Olomu, Publisher of Firstpost.com stressed that they must be objective in their reporting stressing that  "fake news is becoming prevalent most especially now that the 2019 election is here, It is our duty to inform and educate our readers,"

She further reiterated that the criteria to become a member of APPJIN  is that, one must have worked in the mainstream of a renown media organization and such a person is conversant with the ethics of the profession.

She also lauded members for displaying exemplary professional conduct in their reportage.

APPJIN's National Co-ordinator further announced to  members of the association in Nigeria and in Diaspora, plus the general public that the association's new mailing address is now:
Suite 2, First Floor, SWAN Secretariat, Surulere, Lagos, Nigeria, noting that henceforth all correspondents should be addressed to the new address,  while all other documents remain valid.

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