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Feedspot Ranks TIME NIGERIA among Top 20 Magazines, Publications in Nigeria

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  • As Group Managing Editor Makes Case for Financial Intervention for Credible Private Media Organisations

A US-based Independent Media-Research organisation, FeedSpot has recognised and ranked Time Nigeria Magazine among the best 20 magazines and publications in Nigeria. adsbygoogle || []).push({}); adsbygoogle || []).push({});

FeedSpot dropped this on the 4th of January, 2024 in a post tagged: “Best 20 Nigeria Magazines & Publications” on its website link: https://magazines.feedspot.com/nigeria_magazines/?_src=search

Feedspot, which discovers, categorises, and ranks blogs, podcasts, and influencers in various industry categories, has curated over 250,000 popular blogs and categorised them in more than 5,000 niche categories and industries.

“The ranking by Feedspot is based on several factors such as relevancy, industry representation, blog post frequency, social media follower counts and engagement, domain authority, age of the blog, Alexa Web Traffic Rank, and many other parameters.

The expert editorial team at Feedspot reviews each blog before adding them to the relevant category list, ensuring that only influential, authority, and trustworthy bloggers are included in the rankings.

Time Nigeria Magazine a general interest publication, was founded by young media practitioners with the aim of creating uniqueness in magazine reporting in Nigeria. The magazine uses the finest ethos of journalism to promote peace among citizens, identify and harness the nation’s vast resources, celebrate achievements of government agencies, individuals, groups, and corporate organizations, and, above all, reposition the country for the needed growth and development.

Abdulrahman Aliagan, the Group Managing Editor and Publisher of Time Nigeria Magazine, expressed gratitude for the recognition by Feedspot, highlighting the magazine’s dedication to providing quality content to its readers.

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He emphasized the importance of journalism in promoting peace and unity in Nigeria, as well as the magazine’s commitment to highlighting the achievements and potential of the country.

Aliagan noted, “For Time Nigeria being ranked among the top 20 magazines and publications in Nigeria by Feedspot further solidifies the Magazine’s reputation as a reliable and influential source of information. The magazine will continue to strive for excellence in reporting, contributing to the growth and development of Nigeria. ”


Aliagan seized the opportunity to urge government to the rescue of credible private media organizations in the face of numerous challenges, particularly, funding.

According to him, “Government plays a crucial role in creating an enabling environment for businesses to thrive, including media organizations. As Time Nigeria Magazine ranks among best 20 magazines and publications in the country, it is essential for the government to recognise the importance of encouraging investment in private media industry.

“Investing in private media organizations is vital for the growth and development of the industry. Media outlets are responsible for delivering accurate and objective information to the public, acting as the fourth estate and holding power to account. Robust investigations and in-depth reporting are crucial elements of journalism that can contribute to the overall development of any nation.”

Canvassing for financial intervention for private Media organization, Aliagan maintains that, “Media organizations require substantial financial resources to conduct investigations and consistently provide quality journalism. The need for government financial intervention in private Media cannot be overstated, as it enables the organization to expand its reach, improve its infrastructure, and attract top talent.

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“In addition to government intervention in private media organization, Time Nigeria Magazine’s scribe is also soliciting for donations from individuals and corporate organisations who believe in the essence of media operations. These donations can support media in conducting more robust investigations and producing valuable content for its readers. It will also help to sustain the magazine’s independence and ensure the pursuit of truth and accountability.

“He also requests patronage from Nigerian businesses and advertisers. By advertising in the magazine, businesses can reach a wide audience and benefit from increased visibility and brand exposure. Special reporting and supplements offer unique opportunities for businesses to showcase their products, services, and initiatives to an engaged readership.

“By easing the process of doing business and encouraging investment in media organizations, government can promote a vibrant, free and independent media landscape in the country. This, in turn, leads to a more informed and engaged citizenry, fostering transparency, accountability, and the overall development of the nation. Aliagan maintains.

Time Nigeria was rated among other notable media organizations in Nigeria. Below are the order of ratings: 1. Pride Magazine, 2. Tell Magazine, 3. Today’s Women Magazine, 4. Legit, 5. City People Magazine, 6. Nigeria Magazine, 7. Financial Nigeria Magazine, 8. Brandessence Magazine, 9. The Will Town Magazine, 10. The News Magazine, 11. The Interview Magazine, 12. Time Nigeria Magazine, 13. Foreign Affairs Magazine,14. New Line Magazine, 15. i-D Magazine, 16. Punch, 17. Premium Time.

About FeedSpot

At FeedSpot is dedicated to discovering, categorizing, ranking magazines and publications across a wide range of niche categories. With thousands of magazines and publications available online, identifying influential, authoritative, and trustworthy magazines in specific industries can be a challenging task. Our goal is to simplify your research and connect you with industry-specific insights and publications.

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With the help of FeedSpot, PR Agencies and Marketing Professionals can quickly identify specific media lists Editors and Journalists across a range of specialized categories. Whether you’re organizing a product launch, looking for product reviews, sending out press releases, looking for shout-outs or opportunities, collaborating on branding and advertising, or collaborating with affiliates, FeedSpot gives you the tools to get in touch with the appropriate editors for your particular requirements.

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NGIJ’s Call to President Tinubu: Address Economic and Security Concerns Before Nigerians Take to the Streets

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The Nigerian Guild of Investigative Journalists (NGIJ) has calls on President Bola Ahmed Tinubu and his All Progressives Congress led-administration to swiftly address pressing issues relating to the economy and security of the country, before Nigerians take to the streets. adsbygoogle || []).push({}); adsbygoogle || []).push({});

In a statement issued on Friday in Abuja, jointly signed by the President and National Secretary of The Guild, Mr. Ayoyemi Mojoyinola and Abdulrahman Aliagan respectively.

“We believe that urgent action is needed in order to prevent further deterioration of these crucial aspects of Nigerian society to avoid street protest that may have negative effect on the nation at large. NGIJ stated.

According to the statement, “We implore the Tinubu led-government to immediately put an end to the dollarisation of the Nigerian economy.

“We noted that the excessive reliance on foreign currency has had a detrimental effect on our nation’s economic stability and is hindering the growth and development of local businesses.

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“It is vital that steps are taken to promote the use of the Nigerian Naira and protect its value.” The Guild said.

“Secondly, we request that the government formulates a comprehensive policy to mitigate the impact of the Fuel Subsidy removal. This decision has burdened Nigerian citizens with high fuel prices and has resulted in increased living costs for many. It is imperative that measures are put in place to alleviate the financial strain on the Nigerian people.”

NGIJ however expresses concern regarding the distribution of the N15,000 palliative. “We firmly believe that this aid will be marred by corruption and will not reach those who are most in need. It is crucial that efficient and transparent mechanisms are established to ensure that relief funds reach the intended beneficiaries.

“Additionally, we urge the government to consider policies that are inclusive and benefit all Nigerians. It is imperative that measures are implemented which take into account a wide spectrum of the population, ensuring that they have access to essential services and a decent standard of living.” NGIJ maintained.

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The Guild pointed out that the issue of insecurity in Nigeria has reached extreme levels, causing distress and fear among citizens.

“No place is safe, and urgent action must be taken to address this matter effectively.

“We call upon the government to prioritise the security of its people and implement strategies that can restore peace and stability throughout the nation.

“Finally, as a body of Journalists, we implore President Bola Ahmed Tinubu to provide sustainable solutions that will guide Nigeria out of its current economic and security quagmire. It is crucial that decisive action is taken to steer the country back onto the right track, both economically and in terms of security.” It said.

The Nigerian Guild of Investigative Journalists (NGIJ) stands ready to support the government in addressing these critical issues and will remain vigilant in ensuring that the interests of the Nigerian people are upheld.

“We therefore call on President to consider our recommendations and take immediate action to propel Nigeria forward towards economic prosperity and security of lives and property in Nigeria. The statement concludes.

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NGIJ Mourns Access Bank Holdings’ CEO, Herbert Wigwe, Ogunbanjo

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The Nigerian Guild of Investigative Journalists (NGIJ) has consoled Access Bank Holdings over the tragic death of their Group Chief Executive Officer Dr. Herbert Wigwe and his family. push({});

This is contained in a statement jointly signed by President and National Secretary of the Nigerian Guild of Investigative Journalists (NGIJ), Ayoyemi Mojoyinola
and Abdulrahman Aliagan respectively and made available to journalists, Monday in Lagos.

According to the Statement, This tragic event has sent shockwaves throughout the nation, as Dr. Herbert Wigwe was a highly respected and prominent figure in the Nigerian banking industry. His leadership and commitment to excellence have contributed immensely to the growth and success of Access Bank Holdings.

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“The loss of Dr. Wigwe, his wife and eldest son is indeed a great loss to the business community, the banking industry, and the nation at large. Their untimely demise leaves a void that will be difficult to fill. We mourn with the Access Bank Holdings family, who have lost not only a dedicated leader but also a mentor and friend.”

As journalists devoted to unbiased and thorough investigative reporting, NGIJ recognizes the importance of highlighting the contributions and achievements of individuals like Mr. Wigwe. His visionary leadership, innovative strategies, and passion for the growth and development of Access Bank Holdings have set an exemplary standard for others in the industry. The statement said.

“The NGIJ extends its heartfelt condolences to the entire Access Bank Holdings family, and we stand with them during this time of immense sorrow. We pray that God grants them the fortitude to bear this irreparable loss and provides solace and strength to overcome this challenging period.” The statement said.

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The Guild prayed that the Almighty God will grant soul Wigwe, his wife, and son eternal rest.

Similarly, NGIJ also mourns former Group Chairman of Nigerian Stock Exchange, Abimbola Ogunbanjo who also passed on inside the chopper crash alongside Wigwe.

The Guild acknowledges Ogunbanjo’s service to the nation, building world and nation building.

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Shocker, as FCSC Reverses NBMA Director’s Promotion granted 3 years ago

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The National Biosafety Management Agency (NBMA) is enmeshed in confusion as the promotion of Dr. Rebecca O.J. Oamen, the Director of Administration and Finance, has been reversed by the Federal Civil Service Commission (FCSC) three years after it was granted. push({}); adsbygoogle || []).push({});

This shocking event is as a result of the conflict centering around Dr. Agnes Asagbra, the Director General of NBMA, and Dr. Oamen, who are on one side of the dispute, and several other top civil servants on the other.

According to sources, the disagreement began when Dr. Asagbra allegedly facilitated the appointment of Mr. Ehikhamenor Steve Ehiochoya from the Office of the Accountant-General of the Federation (OAGF) as the agency’s Director of Administration and Finance.

According to sources, Dr. Oamen had voiced her concerns regarding the appointment to several government offices, including the OAGF, the Office of the Secretary to the Government of the Federation, the Office of the Head of Civil Service of the Federation, the Ministry of Environment, and the Independent Corrupt Practices and Other Related Offices Commission.

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However, in a document obtained by our reporter, Dr. Oamen was redeployed to the FCSC as an accountant in the deputy director cadre, implying a demotion. This transfer is contradictory to Dr. Oamen’s previous promotion to a substantive director by the NBMA board.

Documents from 2016 and 2020 confirm her initial appointment as deputy director of finance and subsequent promotion to director, both under the tenure of former NBMA Director General Dr. Rufus Ebegba. However, the FCSC claims that her transfer to the agency was an error and directed her immediate recall to her previous position as Chief Executive Officer (Accounts) GL. 14.

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As a result, Dr. Oamen’s salary for December 2023 has allegedly been withheld, according to an anonymous source within the agency.

This development has prompted calls for intervention from prominent figures, including President Bola Ahmed Tinubu, to address the perceived injustice.

While Dr. Asagbra was not available for comment, Ugo Agwu Nnachi, Head of Human Resources Management at NBMA, and Gloria Ogbaki, Head of Communications, denied any wrongdoing on her part. They emphasized that the DG has no authority to reject postings made by the OAGF and that the agency cannot be faulted for the actions taken by the FCSC.

The former NBMA Director General, Dr. Rufus Ebegba, supported Dr. Oamen’s promotion and commended her professionalism.

However, Dr. Oamen herself declined to comment on the matter, redirecting inquiries to the appropriate authorities.

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