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I was invited here to speak around the theme: Effective and Influential Presentation/ Performance for Progress. If that theme sounds confounding at first blush, it was clarified later: “Please let us know more on how to work on efficient stories and investigative reports better than ordinary stories. It is essential to enable the newspapers to become what more people in Nigeria will buy to read”.

I guess my host’s anxiety must be over declining newsstands’ sale, in comparison with what obtained, five, ten years ago. Please, be assured your newspaper is not alone in experiencing this nightmare. It is a universal problem.

Globally, newspapers in print are becoming anachronistic and with the way technology is driving the industry, many journalists will soon be jobless, if they do not adapt quickly to the phenomenally changing environment.

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