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Sharing Discussing Understanding

Commonwealth Journalists' Association

The following statement has been issued by Commonwealth Journalists Association President Rita Payne:

“The Commonwealth Journalists Association wishes to join in the messages of outrage and concern that have been expressed at the attack by bombers on the premises of This Day and other media in both Abuja and Kaduna in Nigeria on 26 April 2012…”

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Note to Editors:

For more information on the CJA’s 2012 conference in Malta and its final communique, please visit: http://commonwealthjournalists.org/events/conference-2012-in-malta/

Please visit: www.commonwealthjournalists.org or contact rita.payne@commonwealthjournalists.org

pat.perkel@commonwealthjournalists.org

 

Photo Credit: Nigeria flag © Commonwealth Secretariat

 

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