MeekMill receives Social Justice Award

American rapper, MeekMill is among the very few individuals that were recognized on Monday, June 10 at the seventh annual McSilver Awards at NYU. The ceremony acknowledges the "Vanguards for Social Justice who are prominent in their fields and unafraid to use their platforms to help create a more equitable and just world." MeekMill said, "I’m honored by this recognition, when I was released from prison last year, I knew I had a responsibility to use my voice to speak up for the voiceless and fight for criminal justice reform. Change will take time, but me and my team at the REFORM Alliance are committed to making a real difference and fixing a broken justice system."  ...

TVC Reporter wins Nordica Fertility Center’s Broadcast Media Award

 Television Continental (TVC) reporter, Oluwatoyin Aboh, has emerged winner in the 2016 ‘Nordica Fertility Center’s Broadcast Media Awards. According to Nordica Fertility Center, the award is aimed at appreciating and celebrating health reporters who have performed excellently in health reproductive reporting in Print, Digital and Broadcast media. The award, which is the first of its kind in Nigeria was presented to Aboh at a special event tagged ‘Yello Endo” on Saturday, April 9th, 2016 at the Banquet Hall, The Civic Centre, Victoria Island, Lagos in recognition of Health Talk, her well-researched program on TVC News and her story on male fertility which dwelled on major causes, challenges and possible solutions to infertility in men. Speaking after receiving the award, an ecstatic Aboh said that, “ I appreciate Nordica for this award. I see it as a well -deserved one and I am dedicating it to the entire crew of ‘Health Talk’ on TVC...

The President is a man of his words – Sebastian Brodricks-Imasuen

TVC E. The septuagenarian Sebastian Brodricks-Imasuen would forever cherish every moment he spent during the award ceremony by President Muhammad Buhari yesterday as the former U-17 tactician was meeting members of the 1985 World Cup winning team against after more than three decades.  He would remain grateful for not allowing their labour to be wasted.''It was indeed a great moment for me in Abuja because the event provided an opportunity for me to see my players again after over 31 years.'' ''Some of them are now big and well-educated and for me it was indeed a very joyful moment. Particularly the honour has shown that the President is a man of his words with this gesture and I am happy that our efforts were appreciated even after more than 30 years,” he said. Also, captain of the 1985 winning U-17 side, Nduka Ugbade lauded the president for fulfilling the promise he made...