Media Platforms Focusing On Good Or Positive News Stories About Nigeria And Nigerians
PositiveNaija just as the name implies, is dedicated to informing the world on the positive progress and excellence associated with Nigeria and Nigerians in every field of humanity. It aims to gradually but firmly establish in the consciousness of Nigerians the practicability and possibility of their hopes, aspirations, passions, goals and success by adhering to the principles of hardwork, accountability, justice, love, unity, critical thinking as well as other relevant positive values.
As a human-centered enterprise, the mission of PositiveNaija is to continuously strive towards creating a good, well-informed and empathetic society for Nigeria and Nigerians by promoting media professionalism in Nigeria, advancing original Nigerian storytelling and impactful scholarship, encouraging Nigerian patriotism as well as serving as a platform for excellence!
By 2020, PositiveNaija aims to be the most reliable news platform for Nigerians.
The 234 project serves as a platform to promote everything positive, progressive and inspirational about Nigeria – focusing on the beauty of culture, history, food, tourism, sports, arts and other dynamic areas.
Founded in 2015 by Akin Akinboro and Mobolaji Sokunbi, the 234 Project was launched as a platform to promote the accomplishments of Nigerians globally and as an agency with the precise purpose to empower a young generation of Nigerians.
The 234 Project is focused on 3 particular pillars: stewardship (responsible citizens making a difference by impacting lives); empowerment (nurture a community of leaders and achievers to maximize their potentials) and ideations (identifying solutions that will improve the quality of life of Nigerians).
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*This article was first written by Fego Eunice Onowori on the 5th of February, 2019 and was last modified on the 7th of February, 2019.
*This article was last fact-checked by Ayodeji Olowolagba on the 1st of July, 2020.