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Wole Soyinka Centre opens nomination for 2016 awards

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The Wole Soyinka Centre for Investigative Journalism (WSCIJ) has opened nomination for the  2016 best investigative reporter.
The centre calls for entry from Nigerian journalists or team of journalists, full or part-time, with stories published between 4th October 2015 and 3rd October 2016 to apply for the eleventh edition of the award.
Applications are to be submitted at the Wole Soyinka Centre office, No 18A Abiodun Sobanjo Street, Off Lateef Jakande Street, Agidingbi, Ikeja, Lagos. 
Online entries must however, be sent via email to entries@wscij.org. applications opens on Tuesday 4th October 2016 and ends by 4pm of Monday 24th October 2016.
The Centre has honoured Nigerian investigative journalists through the award programme for ten years. It is focused on works that report cases of corruption, human rights abuses, and regulatory failures. Categories for this year’s edition are print, online, photo, editorial cartoon, television and radio. 

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