Justice Winner Biography, Wiki, Age, Awards, Career, Family, and Blog can be accessed below.
Newsone reports that Mmadubugwu Nonso Justice well known as Justice Winner is a Nigerian Writer, Blogger, Entrepreneur, SEO Expert, and Digital Media Strategist.
Justice Winner Biography
|Name||Mmadubugwu Nonso Justice|
|Nick Name||Justice Winner|
|Date of Birth||1992-11-07|
|State of Origin||Anambra|
Justice Winner Age
Justice Winner was born on the 7th of November 1992 and he is 29 years old (but would be 30-year-old later this year, 2022).
Justice Winner State of Origin
Justice Winner is from Ihiala, Anambra state, southeast Nigeria. He was raised in a Christian family and the fourth child of the family’s six children.
Justice Winner Education
Justice Winner obtained a National and Higher National Diploma in Mass Communication from distinguished, Covenant and Federal Polytechnics, Aba and Oko in 2015 and 2018 respectively. In his quest for more knowledge, he obtained Leadership and Resource Management Certificate from International Resource Commission, IT Essentials Certificate from Cisco Networking Academy, and many other certifications in journalism.
Justice Winner Blog
Justice started his blogging career in 20213 with winnerzblog.com, which he described as a soft sell that deals with gossip and stories within the campus during one of his interviews with The Punch.
He is the founder and CEO of Winner’s Media Concept, the parent company of NewsOnline Nigeria. He decided to take his love for news to a whole new level immediately after his NYSC in 2020 when he launched NewsOnline Nigeria (www.newsonlineng.com).
The top-rated online newspaper with its head office in Lagos, Nigeria’s commercial city within a short period ranked among the major online newspaper platforms both in Nigeria and globally with over monthly ten (10) million users.
Launched in June 2020 during the advent of the COVID-19 Pandemic and Nationwide lockdown, Justice positioned NewsOnline Nigeria to provide Nigerians with an unbiased reportage of daily events in all spheres of life.
Since its inception, Newsonline has been able to maximize digital media platforms to effectively reach an audience of over 10,000,000 unique visitors on a monthly basis, despite a vastly competitive landscape with an estimated monthly income of over $20,000 making Justice one of the top 20 richest Bloggers in Nigeria.
Justice Winner social media handles
Twitter: Justice Winner (@justicewinner1)
Instagram: Justice Winner (@justice.winner1)
Facebook: Justice Winner.
Justice Winner’s Latest Interview with The Punch
How can publishers help the government fight the spread of fake news?
With the coming of WhatsApp, Twitter, Instagram, Telegram and other social media platforms in the era of citizen journalism, which has given almost everybody the means to send messages and communicate easily, combating fake news has become a lot different. Traditional news media are known to make use of the Agenda-setting theory; to disseminate news but that is no longer the case with the new media. Now online newspapers can only act as gatekeepers, and filter news and reports. The bulk stops on the table of social media giants, they need to do more on fighting fake news, online abuses, online bullying, racism and others. It’s a job for all of us in the sense that we all have to come together to fight fake news.
What can government do to boost online publication in Nigeria?
Well, the government should double its efforts in providing an enabling environment and the regulatory framework for privately owned businesses.
For example, the government can set out policies to enable telecommunication companies to lower their internet service charges as the cost of data is one major expense we face in this industry. The government through its regulatory agencies should compel internet service providers to ensure that they provide reliable, affordable and quality service to their subscribers.
What roles can media play in the battle against insecurity?
Just like the war against fake news, the battle against insurgency, Kidnapping, and others must be a joint effort of all well-meaning Nigerians. It is inappropriate and we won’t be telling ourselves the truth if we are to say it is only the responsibility of the Muhammadu Buhari-led Federal Government to tackle insecurity. With the power in the hands of media platforms, we can shed light on areas that need funding to tackle Insecurity. We can highlight the welfare of security agents, and weapons needed to prosecute this war among other things. We are also meant to draw government and the international community’s attention to where human rights are being violated in the course of this battle.