Africa Media Development Foundation/NEXTMERGE Unveil Online Application For Journalists In Kaduna Tuesday

By Amos Tauna

Kaduna (Nigeria) — Africa Media Development Foundation (AMDF) in collaboration with NextMerge has concluded plans to unveil an online application for journalists and news sources.

The Application, “ScoopNews” according to a statement issued by AMDF Coordinator, Sekyen Dadik, is one of the first indigenous applications in Northern Nigeria to provide a platform for the general public to share stories or scoops with journalists and media organizations registered on the application page.

The unveiling is scheduled for Tuesday, 24th October, by 10am in Kaduna, at the NUJ Council Secretariat Muhammadu Buhari Way (Waff Road).

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It explained that the application would go a long way in giving journalists insights into what is happening around and also an opportunity to dig deeper into such issues.

It explained that the application would go a long way in giving journalists insights into what is happening around and also an opportunity to dig deeper into such issues.

“NextMerge is a group of IT professionals supported by AMDF, working on innovations that will assist journalists perform effectively in this technological era,” according to the statement.”

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