The Ikorodu Newspaper, the first community newspaper in Nigeria, has granted INN-House exclusive access to its archive newspapers dating back to 1983 when the media agency was launched.
This unprecedented move allows journalists and researchers to delve into the rich history and stories that have shaped the community over the past four decades.
As Ikorodu Newspaper celebrates its 40th anniversary of professional journalism in Nigeria, this access to the archives serves as a testament to its commitment to preserving and sharing the local narratives that have made a significant impact on the community.
Prince Ganny Awobajo, the Chief Publisher of the Ikorodu Newspaper, revealed the reason behind granting INN-House exclusive access to its publishing archives.
He explained that his decision reflects the newspaper’s decade-long track record of practising excellent news reporting and its commitment to transparency and accountability.
By allowing researchers and journalists to explore the archives, Ikorodu Newspaper aims to showcase its dedication to providing accurate, reliable, and insightful news to the community.
“This move serves as a testament to the newspaper’s unwavering commitment to upholding the highest journalistic standards and preserving the local history for future generations”.