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      • Deputy Manager, Sales at TELL Communications Limited

      • Requirements A good first degree in Business, Marketing or related course (Master's degree will be an added advantage). A minimum of eight years cognate work experience. A proven track record of
        • 09 March, 2015

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TELL magazine changed the face of investigative journalism in Nigeria. Its founding editors at inception set some cardinal principles for themselves, key amongst which was that they will tell their stories exactly as it is, and ensure balanced reporting by giving opportunity to all those involved to also state their side of any story. More importantly they pledged to uphold the rights of the citizen and uphold the rule of law by crusading for equity, justice and fairness. These are no mean assignments. No sooner had all these lofty ideals been set, than the magazine and its editors found themselves in the trenches, fighting the military dictatorship of General Ibrahim Babangida until a coalition of groups forced him to step aside on 27 August, 1993. The "war” against the military continued under another despot General Sani Abacha, who took over the reigns of government from the unelected Interim National Government, ING, of Chief Ernest Shonekan. Those were indeed dark days in the life of the company. TELL magazine changed the face of investigative journalism in Nigeria. Its founding editors at inception set some cardinal principles for themselves, key amongst which was that they will tell their stories exactly as it is, and ensure balanced reporting by giving opportunity to all those involved to also state their side of any story. More importantly they pledged to uphold the rights of the citizen and uphold the rule of law by crusading for equity, justice and fairness. These are no mean assignments. No sooner had all these lofty ideals been set, than the magazine and its editors found themselves in the trenches, fighting the military dictatorship of General Ibrahim Babangida until a coalition of groups forced him to step aside on 27 August, 1993. The "war” against the military continued under another despot General Sani Abacha, who took over the reigns of government from the unelected Interim National Government, ING, of Chief Ernest Shonekan. Those were indeed dark days in the life of the company.
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