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/ 29 August 2007

Getting more out of Africa’s media education

At Ibadan Polytechnic in Nigeria, Jonathan Adejunmobi has a hard job teaching journalism. For a start, there’s not even water to flush the toilets. Then, the school he heads has only a pair of ancient computers, and the electricity supply is more off than on. In such conditions, how do his students go on to become journalists for Nigeria’s vibrant media?