Thursday, June 13, 2013
We have unveiled our New Media Training for young people. This training targeted at empowering young people aged 11-18, 18-28 and from 29-35 is in a bid to reduce unemployment and lack of cognate skills among young people while helping them find their voice.
It blurs the gap between literature, media and ICT effortlessly. Participants will learn to set up emails then blogs, make short videos and edit, use facebook, twitter and youtube to effectively market their ideas.
Starting from Abuja, the hands-on workshop will also move to other states in Nigeria.
The aim is to teach basic blog set up, and how facebook, twitter and youtube can enhance an individual or corporate blogger's outlook and level of influence.
Date: June 21-22nd, 2013.
Time: 4pm -6pm Friday, 10am to 4pm Saturday
To register, participants are to SMS their NAME, LOCATION, EMAIL ADDRESS and OCCUPATION to 07089893159.
Fee: N5, 000 only.
All participanst are to come along with their own laptops and an internet enabled device.
LOG-IN and be heard Abuja!
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Tuesday, June 11, 2013
Register today, simply pay N5, 000 into Diamond Bank, Acct No. 0024473445, Account Name: Logos Audibles Ent. then text your name NAME, EMAIL address and BANK Teller No †̥o 07089893159.
You will receive a registration form that you will fill out and bring along to the workshop.
Enquiries call 07089893159 or Ping BBPin 29494113.
Monday, June 10, 2013
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Wednesday, June 5, 2013
President Jonathan approves order proscribing Boko Haram and Ansaru members; supporters, collaborators now face prosecution under terrorism prevention act
President Goodluck Jonathan has formally approved the proscription of Boko Haram and authorized the gazetting of an order declaring the group’s activities illegal and acts of terrorism.
The order which has been gazetted as the Terrorism (Prevention) (Proscription Order) Notice 2013 affects both Boko Haram (Jamaatu Ahlis-Sunna Liddaawati Wal Jihad) and another group – Jama’atu Ansarul Muslimina Fi Biladis Sudan, was approved by President Jonathan pursuant to section 2 0f the Terrorism Prevention Act, 2011 (As Amended).It officially brings the activities of both groups within the purview of the Terrorism Prevention Act and any persons associated with the two groups can now be legally prosecuted and sentenced to penalties specified in the Act. The proscription order warns the general public that any person “participating in any form of activities involving or concerning the collective intentions of the said groups will be violating the provisions of the Terrorism Prevention Act”. Section 5 (1) of the act prescribes a term of imprisonment of not less than 20 years for any person who knowingly, in any manner, directly or indirectly, solicits or renders support for the commission of an act of terrorism or to a terrorist group. For the purposes of subsection (1) of section, "support" includes - (a) incitement to commit a terrorist act through the internet, or any electronic means or through the use of printed materials or through the dissemination of terrorist information;
(b) receipt or provision of material assistance, weapons including biological, chemical or nuclear weapons, explosives, training, transportation, false documentation or identification to terrorists or terrorist groups; (c) receipt or provision of information or moral assistance, including invitation to adhere to a terrorist or terrorist group; (d) entering or remaining in a country for the benefit of, or at the direction of or in association with a terrorist group; or (e) the provision of, or making available, such financial or other related services prohibited under this Act or as may be prescribed by regulations made pursuant to this Act. Reuben Abati Special Adviser to the President (Media & Publicity) June 4, 2103