Shakespeare Quits Leicester

TELL Magazine News With just eight matches played in the premier league, Leicester City, 2015 champions, have, for the second time in the last eight months, sacked its manager. Craig Shakespeare, who succeeded Claudio Ranieri after he was relieved of his duties in February for poor performance, has become the latest managerial  victim in the…

Nigeria, Japan In Crucial Talk On Power, Infrastructure Projects

TELL Magazine News The federal government of Nigeria has opened bilateral discussions with Japan International Cooperation Agency (JICA) for power and infrastructure development as well as some pipeline projects. Finance Minister, Kemi Adeosun led the Nigerian delegation to the talks while the Senior Vice President of JICA, Hiroshi Kato, led the JICA delegation. A statement…

Nigerian Breweries Rewards Journalists

TELL Magazine News It was a night of reward for Nigerian journalists who have distinguished themselves especially in  agriculture reporting, at the 9th edition of the Nigerian Breweries Golden Pen Award, an annual event organized by Nigerian Breweries Plc, NB Plc. The 2017 edition was held on Friday night at the Eko Hotel Lagos, and it was entitled:”Agriculture, Local Sourcing…

World Bank Meeting: Nigeria Wins Youth Development Initiative

TELL Magazine News     Nigeria has for the second successive year, been declared winner of the Ideas for Action initiative, a youth competition on financing for development, which is yearly organised by the World Bank Group in collaboration with the Zicklin Center for Business Ethics Research. Reports from Washington, venue of the annual meetings…

Call For Application: 2017 Wole Soyinka Award For Investigative Journalism

TELL Magazine News     The Wole Soyinka Centre for Investigative Journalism is calling for applications for the 12th edition of Wole Soyinka Award for Investigative Reporting. Nigerian journalists or team of journalists, full or part-time, with stories published between 4th October 2016 and 3rd October 2017, can apply for opportunity.   This award seeks…

Dutch Minister Quits Office

TELL Magazine News Consequent upon reports revealing lapses in her ministry, Dutch Defence minister has resigned her appointment. Following a report that revealed “serious shortcomings” by her ministry, which resulted in the death of two Dutch soldiers in far away Mali, Jeanine Hennis-Plasschaert, Dutch minister, has resigned from office. But she was not the only…