Journalists asked to report plights of IDPs with more commitment
By TVC News Nigeria
06 August 2019 | 2:40 pm
Journalists are being asked to rise fully, to being the voice of the voiceless, by investigating and reporting accurately, happenings at the IDP Camps across the country, to bring proper attention and solutions, to the plights of Internally displaced persons.
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