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29.09.2022 Featured Fredrick Nwabufo, Former Deputy Editor of TheCable, Launches TheLink News

Published 29th Sep, 2022

By Adebola Adewara

Fredrick Nwabufo, a Nigerian journalist and columnist, has launched a public-interest newspaper: TheLink News.

This was made known in a press statement made available to FIJ by the media entrepreneur, who announced that TheLink News is published under Line and Link Limited.

According to Nwabufo, the media organisation would be independent and wholly committed to promoting public good through public-interest journalism.

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”I believe my citizenship takes priority over any professional ambition or goal. It is the reason I have persisted in my campaign for national unity, dialogue and democracy,” Nwabufo stated.

”I understand the place of the media in promoting good governance, accountability, and citizens’ rights. This is why we are making this effort with TheLink News — which is foregrounded in probity, impartiality, objectivity and fairness in the pursuit of journalistic excellence, and journalism in the public interest.

”We will link you with the truth.”

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The newly launched site can be accessed via https://thelinkng.ng/. The news outlet can also be found on Twitter, Facebook and Instagram with the handle: TheLinkNewsng.

Nwabufo is a former Abuja Bureau Chief and Deputy Editor of TheCable, a platform he joined at inception in 2014. Among his outstanding contributions is the interview with  Malala Yousafzai.

Published 29th Sep, 2022

By Adebola Adewara


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