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About THISDAY Newspapers Limited
Today, THISDAY remains the preferred newspaper among the business, political and diplomatic elite, and is easily the most recognisable and influential national media brand globally. It is also the corporate and political advertiserâ€™s first choice.
THISDAY breaks the news first: from the story of the first arrests over the 1995 coup which lead to the imprisonment of Olusegun Obasanjo and the late Shehu Musa Yarâ€™Adua; the death of Nigeriaâ€™s first president, Dr Nnamdi Azikiwe, which all other media missed; to the newspaperâ€™s exclusive on the recovery of the Abacha billions and several more, day after day. In line with its avowed commitment to democracy, THISDAY was at the forefront of the battle against dictatorial military rule for which its reporters were invariably detained and harassed. The Chairman and Editor-in-Chief was detained in 1997 at the Department of Military Intelligence (DMI) for seven days under Abacha. The Chairman later went into self-exile.
For many Nigerians, if the news is not in THISDAY, then it is not credible.
Most recently, THISDAY launched ARISE, the global style and culture magazine.
Careerslip Reserve Vault
At Thisday Newspapers Limited, we recruit from time to time from talents (that have shown interest in working with us) stored in our Resume Reserve Vault. If we do not have a vacancy that interests you but would like an opportunity to join us, please submit your resume for future job considerations.Submit your Resume to our Reserve Vault