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NigeriaNews   , 24

from Perth Amboy


Nigeria News

Nigeria news has received a colourful, interesting and fascinating history. Traditionally, Nigeria news was transmitted having a variety of local instruments: drums, sticks, gongs, fire, and voice e.t.c. Nigeria News

The neighborhood folks have to find a way for you news of joy, death and war on their community minus the great things about mobile phones, radios, tv and all sorts of sophisticated.

This is how the story gets interesting.

People devised approaches to communicate long-distance together with the 'famous talking drums'. It's fascinating to watch masters of the act; send and receive messages merely by beating a drum. Towards the unwary onlooker, the drummers are causing a cacophony of sounds, but towards the trained ears of the drummers; a fast paced, heated argument or conversation similar to mobile phone chat nowadays is occurring.

Buhari news

In jest, drummers happen to be proven to question the sweetness and womanliness in the other community and strength of the male folk. The drum was a fundamental portion of the communal life. The drum marked calendar of festivals with the communities. It recorded deaths, births.

Today, Nigeria News is transmitted mainly through the radio, newspaper and electronic version. First, Nigeria news was transmitted through the newspapers, state owned radio and then government owned TV stations. Over these periods, the government had monopoly of dissemination of knowledge to Nigerians. With time, private owned newspapers, radio and tv stations came fully briefed to challenge the us government owned corporations.

A number of the stereo:

Radio Nigeria (government owned)



Guardian Newspaper

The Sun Newspaper

ThisDay Newspaper

The Nation

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