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Kungiyar Editocin Najeriya

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Kungiyar Editocin Najeriya

Ƙungiyar Editocin Najeriya (NGE) cibiyar sadarwa ce ta kwararrun ‘yan jarida wadanda suka kai matsayin editoci. Ƙungiya ce mai zaman kanta mai zaman kanta wacce aka kafa don haɓaka ƙarfin ɗan adam, ƙarfafa tattalin arziki, kariya da jin daɗin membobinta.[1][2][3] Hukumar ta NGE tare da hadin gwiwar sauran kungiyoyin ‘yan jarida a fadin duniya suna aiki don kiyaye al’adu da ka’idojin aikin jarida da kuma bin ka’idar da’a ta sana’a a Najeriya . NGE masu ba da goyon baya ga 'Yancin Jarida da kuma ci gaban aikin dimokuradiyya ta hanyar yin hulɗa tare da masu ruwa da tsaki a kan manufofin jama'a da kuma jin dadin 'yan jarida. Don taimaka wa masu aikin watsa labarai na Najeriya su kiyaye ka'idoji da ka'idojin aikin jarida, NGE ta haɓaka, bugawa da rarraba taƙaitaccen jagorar edita ga 'yan jarida tare da shirya shirye-shiryen haɗin gwiwa tare da abokan hulɗa na gida da na waje don haɓaka ƙwarewar membobinta.[4][5][6][7][8]

Takaitaccen tarihin[gyara sashe | gyara masomin]

An kafa ƙungiyar ta NGE ne a ranar 20 ga Mayun shekara ta, 1961 a tsohuwar ƙungiyar 'yan jarida ta ƙasa da ke Abibu Oki a jihar Legas ta Alhaji Lateef Jakande (1929-2021) na Nigerian Tribune shi ne shugaban ƙasa na farko da ya kafa kuma irin su Babatunde Jose (1925- 2008) na Daily Times a matsayin mataimakin shugaban kasa, Abiodun Aloba (1921-2001) na Morning Post a matsayin sakatare, da Nelson Ottah na Drum a matsayin mataimakin sakatare.[9] An kafa kungiyar ne domin ciyar da muradun wannan sana’a, da zurfafa alakar editoci da jama’arsu daban-daban tun daga kafafen yada labarai da kanta, zuwa gwamnatoci, kungiyoyin kwararru da na kasuwanci da sauran kungiyoyin da suka kunshi jama’a. [9]

Da farko an sanya mata suna Guild of Newspaper Editors of Nigeria, wanda aka ƙera don zama ƙungiyar kwararrun manajojin labarai na musamman inda editoci a matsayin manyan masu tsaron ƙofa a kan abubuwan da suka shafi kafofin watsa labarai za su iya haduwa a kowane lokaci don yin tambayoyi game da al'amuran ƙwararrun kafofin watsa labarai waɗanda ba su da alaƙa da lamuran aiki.

An kuma kafa kungiyar ta Guild ne domin samar da taron gangami ga shugabannin editoci a cikin aikin jarida na Najeriya domin su samu hanyar kwarewa ta bunkasa masana'antar. A lokacin kafuwar Najeriya dai ta fito daga kangin mulkin mallaka kuma kasar na bukatar goyon bayan shugabanni a sana’o’i daban-daban domin bunkasa. Sai dai juyin mulkin 1966 ya shafa NGE. Rikicin 1966 ya rikide zuwa yakin basasa wanda ya dauki tsawon watanni 30 ana aiwatar da ka'idar aikin jarida ta gaskiya ta hanyar farfagandar yaki. A shekarar 1977 ne gwamnatin mulkin soja ta Olusegun Obasanjo ta sanya wa kasar dokar Majalisar ‘Yan Jarida wadda kafafen yada labarai karkashin jagorancin NGE suka yi watsi da ita. A shekarar 1982, kungiyar Guild ta yi taronta a Minna, Jihar Neja. A shekarar 1982, Alhaji Umaru Dikko, Ministan Sufuri na NPN ya yi kokarin karbe ikon kungiyar ta hanyar daukar nauyin yakin neman zaben Alhaji Ibrahim, Darakta Janar na NTA wanda ya zama mamban kungiyar a wannan taron, amma ‘yan kungiyar suka bijire masa. na NGE.[10]

Hukumar ta NGE ta yi shekaru 10 ba ta aiki har sai da Mista Onyema Ugochukwu da wasu ‘yan editoci suka sake farfado da ita a shekarar 1992. Tare da dimbin goyon bayan da kungiyar ‘yan jaridu ta kasa (NPAN) da kungiyoyin farar hula suka samu, NGE ta samu nasarar shiga mulkin kama-karya da mulkin soja na tsawon shekaru a Najeriya. Tun dawowar mulkin dimokuradiyya a 1999, NGE na fuskantar kalubale; kwace jaridun da aka buga, kamawa da tsare ’yan jarida da lalata kyamarori masu daukar hoto

Memba[gyara sashe | gyara masomin]

Ƙungiyar Editocin Najeriya na editoci ne a cikin bugu da kafofin watsa labarai na lantarki a Najeriya. Membobi ne ke kayyade shugabancin kungiyar ba tare da tsangwama daga wasu kasashen waje ba.[11]


Abubuwan da aka bayar na NGE[gyara sashe | gyara masomin]

  • Mallam Mustapha Isah wanda ya gaji Funke Egbemode ya sake zama shugaban kungiyar Editocin Najeriya a taron Biennial Convention na 2021 a Kano An zabe shi a matsayin shugaban NGE a ranar Juma'a, 8 ga Nuwamba, 2019 a gidan Editoci, Ikeja. Lagos, Nigeria.[12] [13]
  • Malam Ali M. Ali (Mataimakin shugaban NGE)
  • Kila Habibu Nuhu (Mataimakin Shugaban Kasa Arewa).
  • Samuel Egbala (Mataimakin Shugaban Gabas)
  • Mobolaji Adebiyi (Mataimakin Shugaban Yamma)
  • Mr. Iyobosa Uwugiaren (Babban Sakatare)
  • Austeen Elewodalu (Mataimakin Babban Sakatare)

Tsoffin Shugabannin NGE[gyara sashe | gyara masomin]

Funke Egbemoda (2016-2019)

Garba-deen Muhammad (2015-2016)

Femi Adesina (2013-2015)

Gbenga Adefaye (2008-2013)

Baba Dantiye (2003-2008)

Oluremi Oyo (1998-2003)

Garba Shehu (1994-1997)

Biodun Oduwole (1992-1994)[14][15][16][17]


Manazarta[gyara sashe | gyara masomin]

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  2. "Nigerian Guild of Editors condemns attack on newspapers delivery personnel » Latest News » Tribune Online". Tribune Online (in Turanci). 2020-03-30. Retrieved 2020-05-31.
  3. "NGE demands release of journalists". The Sun Nigeria (in Turanci). 2019-01-08. Retrieved 2020-05-31.
  4. "NGE rejects National Assembly guidelines for accreditation of Journalists -". The Eagle Online (in Turanci). 2019-05-20. Retrieved 2020-05-31.
  5. "Guild of Editors hits FG on proposed social media regulation". Latest Nigeria News, Nigerian Newspapers, Politics (in Turanci). 2019-11-11. Retrieved 2020-05-31.
  6. "Guild of Editors condemns Press Council Bill". The Sun Nigeria (in Turanci). 2018-07-22. Retrieved 2020-05-31.
  7. "NGE urged to uphold ethics, promote good governance as Egbemode is re-elected". The Guardian Nigeria News - Nigeria and World News (in Turanci). 2017-05-02. Retrieved 2020-05-31.
  8. editor (2019-04-23). "Guild of Editors Seeks Collaboration with NUJ". THISDAYLIVE (in Turanci). Retrieved 2020-05-31.CS1 maint: extra text: authors list (link)
  9. 9.0 9.1 "The Guild at 60, inspiring the living, honouring the dead". The Guardian Nigeria News - Nigeria and World News (in Turanci). 2021-05-20. Retrieved 2021-06-10.
  10. "Agenda for the NGE". The Guardian Nigeria News - Nigeria and World News (in Turanci). 2019-05-21. Retrieved 2021-06-10.
  11. "Nigeria Guild of Editors inaugurates Local Organisation Committee in Kano". 24 April 2021.
  12. "Atiku, Lawan, Tinubu Set Agenda for New NGE Leadership". THISDAYLIVE (in Turanci). 2021-06-03. Retrieved 2021-06-10.
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  14. "Breaking: Funke Egbemode returns as President NGE". Vanguard News (in Turanci). 2019-05-04. Retrieved 2021-06-10.
  15. "NGE: Saraki congratulates Deen-Muhammad, others". Vanguard News (in Turanci). 2015-08-30. Retrieved 2021-06-10.
  16. "Femi Adesina emerges new president of NGE". Vanguard News (in Turanci). 2013-03-01. Retrieved 2021-06-10.
  17. "Adefaye returns as NGE president". Vanguard News (in Turanci). 2011-01-15. Retrieved 2021-06-10.