Lagos State University, LASU, Ojo, is set to begin a weeklong celebration of what it describes as its towering Communication Programme late Sunday.
The Master’s program, which is developed and will be run in collaboration with the United Nations Children’s Fund (UNICEF), begins in the fall (September) semester.
Communication has been perhaps the most important aspect of human and social existence even during the primitive age. Therefore, care must be taken to preserve its sanctity and values and that demands that the content being pushed out is not distorted or cooked, espousing the public good and sometimes truthfully exposing wrongdoings in the society.
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The Minister of Communication, Dr Adebayo Shittu, says the Federal Government is committed to the digital economy to bridge the gap between Nigeria and the rest of the world in Information and Communication Technolog.
The News Agency of Nigeria reports that participants at the workshop include the Chairman of the commission, National Commissioners, Resident Electoral Commissioners, some Directors and senior officers in the commission.