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Complete Full List Of Newspapers In Nigeria With Location And Owner/Publisher

Complete full List Of Newspapers In Nigeria With Location And Owner/Publisher. 


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Newspaper does not just bang  into Nigeria just like that, there’s a great history behind the existence of newspapers in Nigeria.


Full List Of Newspapers In Nigeria With Location And Owner/Publisher

Newspaper has been in Nigeria right before Nigeria got independent from the British rule’s.

Nigerian got independent in October 1st 1960.

Full List Of Newspapers In Nigeria With Location And Owner/Publisher

Independence Day is an official national holiday in Nigeria, celebrated on the first of October. It marks Nigeria’s proclamation of independence from British rule on 1 October 1960. So for this reason, Nigeria celebrates its independence on 1st October every year.

What is the first Newspaper in Nigeria? 

The first newspaper in Nigeria is the Iwe Irohin fun Awon Ara Egba (literally means the newspaper for Egba people). Doubling as the first indigenous language newspaper in Africa, it was established in Abeokuta, Ogun State by Henry Townsend, a Christian missionary.

What is the Second Newspaper in Nigeria? 

For instance, the second Nigerian newspaper, Anglo-African was established in 1863 by Robert Campbell. It was the first paper published in Lagos.

Today, there are thousands Newspapers in Nigeria, which we will tell you few of it here, probably the best Newspapers in Nigeria, location – owner/publisher.

Nigerian Newspaper – Location – Owner/Publisher

  1. Blueprint Newspaper – Abuja – Mohammed Idris
  2. Business Day – Lagos – Frank Aigbogun
  3. Business Hallmark – Lagos – Prince Emeka Obasi
  4. Compass – Abeokuta – Gbenga Daniel
  5. Complete Sports – Lagos – Sunny Obazu Ojeagbase
  6. Daily Champion – Lagos – Emmanuel Iwuanyanwu
  7. Daily Times of Nigeria – Folio Communications
  8. Daily Trust – Abuja – Media Trust Ltd
  9. Daylight Nigeria – Lagos
  10. Entertainment Express
  11. Guardian – Lagos – Felix Ibru
  12. Independent – Lagos – Independent Newspapers Limited
  13. Leadership – Abuja – Leadership Group Ltd
  14. Mirror – Global Media Mirror Limited
  15. National Network – Port Harcourt –
  16. Network Printing and Publishing Company
  17. New Telegraph – Lagos – The Telegraph Publishing Company
  18. Newswatch – Lagos – Global Media Mirror Limited
  19. Next – Lagos – Timbuktu Media group
  20. Nigerian Entertainment – Lagos – Adekunle Ayeni
  21. Observer – Benin City – Bendel Newspapers Company Limited
  22. Aschoolz – Ondo – Omini Abiodun Michael
  23. Osun Defender – Osogbo -Moremi Publishing House Ltd.
  24. P.M. News – Lagos – Independent Communications Network Limited
  25. Peoples Daily – Abuja – Peoples Media Ltd
  26. Premium Times – Abuja – Premium Times Services Limited
  27. Punch – Lagos – Ajibola Ogunsola
  28. SaharaReporters – Lagos – Omoyele Sowore
  29. Stears Business – Lagos – Stears News Limited
  30. Sun – Lagos – The Sun Publishing Ltd
  31. The Tide – Port Harcourt – Rivers State Newspaper Corporation
  32. Tell Magazine – Lagos – TELL Communications Limited
  33. Thisday – Lagos – Leaders & Company
  34. The Nation – Lagos – Vintage Press Limited
  35. The Nigerian Tribune – Ibadan – African Newspapers of Nigeria Ltd
  36. Triumph – Kano – Triumph Publishing
  37. The News Journal – Ibadan – Layipo Concepts
  38. The Daily Post – Lagos – James Bamisaye
  39. Vanguard – Lagos – Vanguard Media

What is the Oldest Newspaper in Nigeria? 

Nigerian Tribune. The Nigerian Tribune is an English-language newspaperpublished in Ibadan in Nigeria. It was established in 1949 by Obafemi Awolowo and is the oldest surviving private Nigerian newspaper. In the colonial era, the newspaper served as the mouthpiece for Awolowo’s populist welfare programmes.

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