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Nigeria News



Nigeria news has had a colourful, interesting and fascinating history. Traditionally, Nigeria news was transmitted using a selection of regional instruments: drums, sticks, gongs, fire, and voice e.t.c. Get a lot more information about nigerian news today

The nearby people need to locate a way to transmit news of joy, death and war to their neighborhood without having the rewards of cell phones, radios, tv and all most up-to-date technologies.

This is exactly where the story gets intriguing.

The individuals devised approaches to communicate long distance together with the 'famous speaking drums'. It really is fascinating to watch masters of this act; send and obtain messages merely by beating a drum. Towards the unwary onlooker, the drummers are causing a cacophony of sounds, but to the educated ears in the drummers; a lively, heated argument or conversation akin to cell phone chat of today is going on.

In jest, drummers have already been recognized to question the beauty and womanliness of the other neighborhood and strength of its male folk. The drum was an integral portion from the communal life. The drum marked calendar of festivals on the communities. It recorded deaths, births.

Right now, Nigeria News is transmitted primarily through the radio, newspaper and electronic version. Initially, Nigeria news was transmitted through the newspapers, state owned radio and later government owned Tv stations. During these periods, the government had monopoly of dissemination of information to Nigerians. In time, private owned newspapers, radio and tv stations came on board to challenge the government owned corporations.

A number of the radio stations:

Radio Nigeria (government owned)

Raypower

Newspaper:

Guardian Newspaper

The Sun Newspaper

ThisDay Newspaper

The Nation

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