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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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Workers Day: Amb Samuel Sends Strong Message To Governor Ododo, President Tinubu

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A Kogi-born politician, Amb Samuel A. Danjuma has sentt a strong message to the Kogi State Governor Ahmed USMAN Ododo and President Bola Ahmed Tinubu while emphasiing the importance of collective effort and dedication in moving the affairs of Kogi State, and Nigeria to an enviable pedestal.








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He made this emphasis while interacting with journalist in Abuja during this year Workers Day Celebration.

The Businessman and young progressive politician said, “I stood alongside the worker-friendly Governor of Kogi State, Ahmed USMAN Ododo, in extending warm wishes to Kogi workers and workers worldwide on this year’s Workers’ Day. Together, they reassured the dedicated workforce of Kogi State of a promising future ahead, filled with opportunities for growth and prosperity.”

“Amb Samuel urged the workers to reciprocate this gesture by continuing to give their best in their respective roles, contributing to the overall development and progress of the state. He emphasized the importance of collective effort and dedication in achieving common goals and aspirations.”

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He further appealled to the Federal Government led by President Bola Ahmed Tinubu to address the pressing issue of rising fuel prices, which has caused hardship for many Nigerians.

He urges the President to intensify efforts on stabilizing fuel prices and advocated for the establishment of a price control board to ensure fair pricing and alleviate the burden on the populace.

Danjuma expressed gratitude to the President for the recent salary increament for civil servants, acknowledging this as a positive step towards improving the welfare of workers across the country.

In alignment with Governor Ododo’s worker-friendly policies, Amb Samuel A. Danjuma reaffirmed his commitment to advocating for the rights and well-being of workers, both in Kogi State and beyond, and emphasized the importance of collaboration between government and labor in building a brighter future for all.

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International Workers’ Day, also known as Labour Day in some countries and often referred to as May Day, is a celebration of labourers and the working classes that is promoted by the international labour movement and occurs every year on 1 May, or the first Monday in May.

May 1 is traditionally, the date of the European spring festival of May Day. In 1889, the Marxist International Socialist Congress met in Paris and established the Second International as a successor to the earlier International Workingmen’s Association. They adopted a resolution for a “great international demonstration” in support of working-class demands for the eight-hour day. The 1 May date was chosen by the American Federation of Labor to commemorate a general strike in the United States, which had begun on 1 May 1886 and culminated in the Haymarket affair four days later. The demonstration subsequently became a yearly event.


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ICDA Expressed Pride in Okutepa’s Selfless Service to The Igala Kingdom

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The Igala Cultural and Development Association, ICDA has expressed a deep pride in SAN (Chief) Jibrin Samue Okutepa’s selfless service to the Igala kingdom, acknowledging his significant contributions.


This is during a courtesy visit by the delegation from the Igala Cultural and development Development Association (ICDA), Adamawa State branch.





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at the American University of Nigeria (AUN) in Yola.

Okutepa, the distinguished guest speaker at the Annual Lecture organized by Gabriel Adikwu & Co., deliveed a powerful presentation on “The Nobility of the Legal Profession in Nigeria” through a detailed PowerPoint display.

During the meeting, the Igala community expressed deep pride in Chief Jibrin Samuel Okutepa, SAN. selfless service to the Igala kingdom, acknowledging his significant contributions.

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A vote of confidence was also passed by the community, affirming their commitment to support Okutepa. in any future endeavors he undertakes on behalf of the Igala community.

On the delegation were Sir Joe Atabo, ICDA Zonal coordinator North East,l Mall Danlami Yahaya, the ICDA Chairman of Adamawa State, accompanied by his vice, Mr Anthony UKUMONU. With other respected Igala icon such as Dr Idris Omede (CON), among others.

Special prayers were offered for the amiable SAN. for continued success, divine favor, and protection.

The occasion was marked by a spirit of unity and gratitude towards chief Okutepa’ for his leadership and dedication to the Igala community.

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This engagement underscores the strong bonds between the Igala community and SAN Okutepa. highlighting a shared commitment to advancing the welfare and interests of the Igala people through legal advocacy and community service.

In response Chief OkutepaA. Prayed God to continue to unite  the igala community in Adamawa State and else where thanking them for the visit and enjoyed them to keep working as brothers and sisters.




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Alleged N80.2billion Money Laundering: EFCC Declares Immediate Kogi Ex-Governor Yahaya Bello Wanted

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The Economic and Financial Crimes Commission, EFCC has declared the immediate Kogi State-ex-governor, Yahaya Adoza Bello, wanted over N80.2 billion financial crimes.

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EFCC wrote this on its verified social media handle on Thursday evening where the photograph of the former governor was displayed with the inscription ‘WANTED’, that “Former Kogi State Governor, Yahaya Bello, is wanted by the EFCC for offences relating to economic and financial crimes to the tune of N80.

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EFCC Declares Immediate Kogi Ex-Governor Yahaya Adoza Bello Wanted Over N80.2 Billion Fraud

EFCC Declares Immediate Kogi Ex-Governor Yahaya Adoza Bello Wanted Over N80.2 Billion Fraud

Informavores recalls that Bello was billed for arraignment before a Federal High Court sitting in Abuja this Thursday, April 18, 2024.

EFCC spokesperson, Dele Oyewale, had said Bello was to be arraigned before Justice Emeka Nwite alongside three other suspects, Ali Bello, Dauda Suleiman and Abdulsalam Hudu on 19- count charges bordering on money laundering to the tune of N80, 246, 470, 088.88 (Eighty Billion, Two Hundred and Forty Six Million, Four Hundred and Seventy Thousand and Eight Nine Naira, Eighty Eight Kobo).

Bello’s arraignment is coming on the heels of a warrant of arrest and enrolment order granted the EFCC by the court on Wednesday, April 17, 2024.

Count one of the charges reads: That you, Yahaya Adoza Bello, Ali Bello, Dauda Suliman, and Abdulsalam Hudu( Still at large), sometime, in February, 2016, in Abuja within the jurisdiction of this Honourable Court, conspired amongst yourselves to convert the total sum of N80, 246,470, 088.88 (Eighty Billion, Two Hundred and Forty Six Million, Four Hundred and Seventy Thousand and Eight Nine Naira, Eighty Eight Kobo), which sum you reasonably ought to have known forms part of the proceeds of your unlawful activity to wit, criminal breach of trust and you thereby committed an offence contrary to Section 18(a) and punishable under Section 15(3) of the Money Laundering (Prohibition) Act, 2011 as amended”.

Count 17 of the charges read: “That you Yahaya Bello between 26th July 2021 to 6th April 2022 in Abuja within the jurisdiction of this Honourable Court aided E-Traders International Limited to conceal the aggregate sum of N3, 081, 804,654.00 (Three Billion, Eighty One Million Eight Hundred and Four Thousand Six Hundred and Fifty Four Naira) in account number 1451458080 domiciled in Access BankPlc, which sum you reasonably ought to have known forms part of proceeds of unlawful activity to wit, criminal breach of trust and you thereby committed an offence contrary to Section 18(a), 15(2) (d) of the Money Laundering (Prohibition) Act, 2011 as amended and punishable under Section 15 (3) of the same Act.

Count 18 of the charges reads: “That you Yahaya Adoza Bello sometime in November 2021 in Abuja within the jurisdiction of this Honourable Court indirectly procured E-Traders international Limited to transfer the aggregate sum of $570,330.00 (Five Hundred and Seventy Thousand, Three Hundred and Thirty Dollars) to account number 4266644272 domiciled in TD Bank, United States of America which sum you reasonably ought to have known forms part of proceeds of unlawful activity to wit, criminal breach of trust and you thereby committed an offence contrary to Section 15(2) (d) of the Money Laundering (Prohibition) Act, 2011 as amended and punishable under Section 15( 3) of the same Act”.

The Commission’s attempt to execute the Warrant of Arrest lawfully obtained against Bello met stiff resistance on Wednesday, April 17, 2024. The security cordon around the former governor’s residence in Abuja was breached by the current Governor of Kogi State, Usman Ododo who ensured that the suspect was spirited away in his official vehicle. As a responsible law enforcement agency, the EFCC exercised restraint in the face of the provocation, waiting for his arraignment on Thursday, April 18, 2024.

The statement further said that, “It is needful to state that Bello is not above the law and would be brought to justice as soon as possible.”

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