A Feature on Nigeria Newspapers Nigeria is noted to be the highest news consuming nation in the African continent, as well as one of the highest in the world. Even with the proliferation of internet base news outlets in Nigeria, people there hanker for news from trustworthy newspapers; in fact, this thirst for reading could be the reason why newspapers in Nigeria have gained much momentum. The following are lists of newspapers that are thriving in Nigeria. It is in Abuja, Nigeria where the first publication of the Blueprint Newspaper was released, and, currently, its circulation is delivered in and around the federal capital territory. Blueprint Newspaper began as a weekly publication and later switched to a daily publication. Business Day is the first daily business newspaper in Nigeria, which was founded by Frank Aigbogun, a former editor of the Vanguard newspaper. With a spread out circulation throughout Nigeria, Business Day, which began its publication in 2011, has also its circulation, as the only Nigerian newspaper with a bureau in Accra, Ghana. Business Day is described as the leading medium for up-to-date news and insightful analysis of business, policy and the economy of Nigeria. Business Hallmark took off in March 2009 in Lagos, Nigeria and has been known as the watchdog and mouthpiece of the business community through its well-researched analysis and projections. Due to the varied information on business, policy and finance, which are also available in their website, Business Hallmark has gained good readership in Nigeria.
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Known for covering breaking updates and news in the following news areas, such as politics, business, sports, city news, insurance, education, agriculture and many more, Daily Trust has gained wide readership in Nigeria.
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Founded by Alex Ibru, an entrepreneur, and Stanley Macebuh, a top journalist with the Daily Times newspaper in 1983, The Guardian is known as the most respected newspaper in Nigeria. The Daily Times used to enjoy wide readership in the 1970 and was the most successful and locally-owned newspaper in Africa, until it was bought by the Nigerian government in 1975, which from that time on experienced a decline of readership. A daily newspaper with a national circulation in Nigeria, the Nigerian Compass has a weekday and weekend editions, covering current news, business, politics, and sports. The newspaper is subsequently published as a free national newspaper in Nigeria by the newly registered Compass Free Paper Limited which is owned by Segun Oyebolu. Also published in Lagos, Nigeria, the Daily Champion is an English language newspaper which covers a wide variety of news, sports, business and community events. The Daily Post is a premium online newspaper, owned by James Bamisaye, and which had its first print launched in march 2015 in the regions of Lagos and Abuja.