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TIME NIGERIA Ranks among Top 20 Magazines, Publications in Nigeria – Feedspot

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As Group Managing Editor Makes Case for Financial Intervention for Credible Private Media Organisations

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A US-based Independent Media-Research organisation, FeedSpot has recognised and ranked Time Nigeria Magazine among the best 20 magazines and publications in Nigeria.

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TIME NIGERIA Ranks among Top 20 Magazines, Publications in Nigeria - Feedspot

 

 

 

FeedSpot dropped this on the 4th of January, 2024 in a post tagged: “Best 20 Nigeria Magazines & Publications” on its website link:

 

 

https://magazines.feedspot.com/nigeria_magazines/?_src=search

 

 

Feedspot, which discovers, categorises, and ranks blogs, podcasts, and influencers in various industry categories, has curated over 250,000 popular blogs and categorised them in more than 5,000 niche categories and industries.

“The ranking by Feedspot is based on several factors such as relevancy, industry representation, blog post frequency, social media follower counts and engagement, domain authority, age of the blog, Alexa Web Traffic Rank, and many other parameters.

The expert editorial team at Feedspot reviews each blog before adding them to the relevant category list, ensuring that only influential, authority, and trustworthy bloggers are included in the rankings.

Time Nigeria Magazine is a general interest publication, was founded by young media practitioners with the aim of creating uniqueness in magazine reporting in Nigeria. The magazine uses the finest ethos of journalism to promote peace among citizens, identify and harness the nation’s vast resources, celebrate achievements of government agencies, individuals, groups, and corporate organizations, and, above all, reposition the country for the needed growth and development.

Abdulrahman Aliagan, the Group Managing Editor and Publisher of Time Nigeria Magazine, expressed gratitude for the recognition by Feedspot, highlighting the magazine’s dedication to providing quality content to its readers.

He emphasized the importance of journalism in promoting peace and unity in Nigeria, as well as the magazine’s commitment to highlighting the achievements and potential of the country.

Aliagan noted, “For Time Nigeria being ranked among the top 20 magazines and publications in Nigeria by Feedspot further solidifies the Magazine’s reputation as a reliable and influential source of information. The magazine will continue to strive for excellence in reporting, contributing to the growth and development of Nigeria. ”

Aliagan seized the opportunity to urge government to the rescue of credible private media organizations in the face of numerous challenges, particularly, funding.

According to him, “Government plays a crucial role in creating an enabling environment for businesses to thrive, including media organizations. As Time Nigeria Magazine ranks among best 20 magazines and publications in the country, it is essential for the government to recognise the importance of encouraging investment in private media industry.

“Investing in private media organizations is vital for the growth and development of the industry. Media outlets are responsible for delivering accurate and objective information to the public, acting as the fourth estate and holding power to account. Robust investigations and in-depth reporting are crucial elements of journalism that can contribute to the overall development of any nation.”

Canvassing for financial intervention for private Media organization, Aliagan maintains that, “Media organizations require substantial financial resources to conduct investigations and consistently provide quality journalism. The need for government financial intervention in private Media cannot be overstated, as it enables the organization to expand its reach, improve its infrastructure, and attract top talent.

“In addition to government intervention in private media organization, Time Nigeria Magazine’s scribe is also soliciting for donations from individuals and corporate organisations who believe in the essence of media operations. These donations can support media in conducting more robust investigations and producing valuable content for its readers. It will also help to sustain the magazine’s independence and ensure the pursuit of truth and accountability.

“He also requests patronage from Nigerian businesses and advertisers. By advertising in the magazine, businesses can reach a wide audience and benefit from increased visibility and brand exposure. Special reporting and supplements offer unique opportunities for businesses to showcase their products, services, and initiatives to an engaged readership.

“By easing the process of doing business and encouraging investment in media organizations, government can promote a vibrant, free and independent media landscape in the country. This, in turn, leads to a more informed and engaged citizenry, fostering transparency, accountability, and the overall development of the nation. Aliagan maintains.

Time Nigeria was rated among other notable media organizations in Nigeria. Below are the order of ratings: 1. Pride Magazine, 2. Tell Magazine, 3. Today’s Women Magazine, 4. Legit, 5. City People Magazine, 6. Nigeria Magazine, 7. Financial Nigeria Magazine, 8. Brandessence Magazine, 9. The Will Town Magazine, 10. The News Magazine, 11. The Interview Magazine, 12. Time Nigeria Magazine, 13. Foreign Affairs Magazine,14. New Line Magazine, 15. i-D Magazine, 16. Punch, 17. Premium Time.

About FeedSpot

At FeedSpot is dedicated to discovering, categorizing, ranking magazines and publications across a wide range of niche categories. With thousands of magazines and publications available online, identifying influential, authoritative, and trustworthy magazines in specific industries can be a challenging task. Our goal is to simplify your research and connect you with industry-specific insights and publications.

With the help of FeedSpot, PR Agencies and Marketing Professionals can quickly identify specific media lists Editors and Journalists across a range of specialized categories. Whether you’re organizing a product launch, looking for product reviews, sending out press releases, looking for shout-outs or opportunities, collaborating on branding and advertising, or collaborating with affiliates, FeedSpot gives you the tools to get in touch with the appropriate editors for your particular requirements.

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Justice For Chinemerem Anosikwa: Cut Down in His Prime

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In yet another tale of the unending brutality of the Nigerian Police Force, a member of visiting 12 PMF squadron identified as Inspector Aliyu Taofeek has sent one Mr. Patrick Chinemerem to his early grave over an undisclosed dispute.

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Justice For Chinemerem Anosikwa: Cut Down in His Prime

 

According to reports, the killer policeman, Inspector Taofeek who was one of the policemen attached to Skymall Supermarket located in Sangotedo, Ajah area of Lagos State, stabbed Chinemerem to death and took to his heels after committing what’s clearly a premeditated murder.

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According to reports, the fleeing policeman has been arrested and in custody according to the statement released by the Lagos Police Command. The sad incident which occurred a few days ago has sparked an outrage among members of the public who are demanding justice for Chinemerem. It would be recalled that police brutality led to the massive ENDSARS protest across the country a few years ago. Apparently, nothing much has changed since then, the latest murder of an innocent man by Inspector Taofeek is a reminder of the brutality embedded in the Nigerian Police Force.

 

 

In order to forestall another avoidable death, Nigerians are calling for swift investigation and prompt prosecution of Inspector Taofeek.

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Eko Cares: Group Commends Sanwo-Olu’s Compassionate Leadership On Social Interventions

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Governor Babajide Sanwo-Olu of Lagos State has garnered praise from The Mandate Movement for his decisive actions in the face of economic challenges with the launch of the ‘Eko Cares’ initiative. The initiative, aimed at alleviating the hardships faced by residents, particularly the economically vulnerable, has been lauded as a significant step towards improving livelihoods in the state.

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The Chairman of The Mandate Movement, Abdullahi Ayinde Enilolobo, conveyed his gratitude to Governor Sanwo-Olu through a member of the group’s Central Working Committee (CWC), Prince Adewale Arogundade, for spearheading various interventions aimed at mitigating the adverse effects of inflationary trends. A total of 300,000 households are expected to benefit from the inaugural program.

According to Enilolobo, “This holistic approach shows Governor Sanwo-Olu’s commitment to addressing the multifaceted challenges facing Lagosians and ensuring that no one is left behind in the pursuit of progress. Additionally, measures such as free ante-natal care, reduced transportation fares, and support for small businesses underscore the government’s dedication to improving the quality of life for all residents.

“We at The Mandate Movement commend Governor Sanwo-Olu for this initiative put together for the residents of Lagos, which also collorates with the wonders of the Asiwaju Bola Ahmed Tinubu-led administration. This clearly shows that the All Progressive Congress (APC) remains a beacon of hope for Lagosians, and Nigerians at large.”

Residents across Lagos have begun to laud the ‘Eko Cares’ initiative, stating that the government has shown determination to prioritize the well-being of its citizens, embodying the principles of empathy, inclusivity, and resilience in the face of adversity.

 

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An Icon of Service: NATCOM boss, Otunba Adejare Adegbenro’s Leadership Legacy

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An Icon of Service: NATCOM boss, Otunba Adejare Adegbenro’s Leadership Legacy

 

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In the intricate mosaic of Nigeria’s societal fabric, Otunba Adejare Adegbenro stands as a beacon of commitment, resilience, and service.

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Born on March 6th, 1973, in Lagos, he draws from a lineage steeped in political legacy, being the grandson of the late Premier of Western Region, Alhaji Daudu Sooroye Adegbenro. Raised in a family that values service to the community, Otunba Adegbenro has carved his path as a distinguished figure in Nigerian society.

The culmination of his familial heritage and dedication to community service was marked by his installation as the first Otunba Laje of Owu Kingdom in Ogun State, Southwest Nigeria.

This historic event, which took place on January 20th, 2018, under the auspices of His Royal Majesty Oba Olusanya Dosunmu II, traditional ruler of Owu kingdom, reinforced Otunba Adegbenro’s deep-rooted ties to his cultural heritage and commitment to uplifting his people.

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Beyond his traditional titles, his influence extends globally, with his appointment as High Commissioner by the International Human Rights Commission (IHRC), where he spearheads foreign special missions aimed at preventing illegal migration and human trafficking. This appointment is a testament of his reputation as a renowned security expert and industrialist, whose expertise transcends national borders.

In his role as the acting Director-General of the National Commission against the Proliferation of Arms, Light Weapons, and Pipeline Vandalism (NATCOM), Otunba Adegbenro has demonstrated a steadfast commitment to combating threats to national security. His vast experience in security consultancy and supply of security gadgets has positioned him as a pivotal figure in Nigeria’s security landscape.

However, Otunba Laje of Owu Kingdom’s contributions extend beyond the realm of security.

Through his foundation, the Otunba Adejare Adegbenro Foundation (OAAF), he channels his resources towards uplifting the less privileged in society. With initiatives ranging from the provision of boreholes to communities lacking access to clean water, to scholarships for deserving students, he exemplifies the spirit of philanthropy and communal solidarity.

Reflecting on his journey, Otunba Adegbenro once acknowledged the challenges he has faced, from navigating the complexities of entrepreneurship to confronting societal stereotypes.

Yet, through it all, he remains resolute in his commitment to service and upliftment. His philosophy, rooted in faith and compassion, drives him to make a tangible difference in the lives of others, regardless of obstacles encountered along the way.

Otunba Adejare Adegbenro stands as a testament to the power of leadership, resilience, and unwavering dedication to the common good. In him, Nigerians find not only a visionary leader but a compassionate steward of progress, whose impact reverberates far beyond the shores of his homeland.

 

An Icon of Service: NATCOM boss, Otunba Adejare Adegbenro's Leadership Legacy

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