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David Agunloye Taylor

Ikeja, Nigeria
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About David
David Agunloye Taylor is a Broadcadt and Multimedia journalist based in Lagos, Nigeria.
He has over 10 years experience is News Production, News Gathering and News Reporting.
Over the years, David has helped to train and help young aspiring Journalists to settle on the job, while he performs his core duty of informing and educating Nigerians on the need to be aware of their rights in the society.

Aside News Production, he is also plays Consultancy role for Media Organizations and Individuals. Helping them with contents, Resource persons and organizations of press related events.
David is a Public Affairs Analyst who features as a Guest on Radio Stations in Lagos.
He is specialized in production of a wide range of reports which include Business, Current affairs, Politics, Health, Sports and Human Angle Stories.
English Yoruba
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Thousands gather for Africa's largest religious concert in Lagos

03 Dec 2022  |  www.africanews.com
The Experience, Africa's largest religious concert, was held in Lagos, Nigeria, marking its 17th edition after a two-year break due to the COVID-19 pandemic. The event featured both indigenous and international artists, including Travis Greene, Sinach, and Phil Thompson, and aimed to promote integration and peace by bringing together people of different faiths. The concert also provided a platform for Nigeria's creative industry and was seen as a model for national unity.

Nigerian social enterprise encourages citizens to swap waste for cash

16 Nov 2022  |  www.africanews.com
In Lagos, Nigeria, organizations in partnership with the Lagos State waste management authority (LAWMA) are addressing waste management challenges through recycling initiatives. Wecyclers, founded by Bilikiss Adebiyi-Abiola in 2012, operates on a 'waste for cash' principle, allowing residents to earn money by recycling waste. The initiative has contributed to environmental protection, sustainable development, and provided a source of income for the unemployed and low-income families. The city has seen a reduction in waste, and the program has been praised for its positive impact on community health and the local economy.

Lagos Food Bank provides vulnerable citizens with food packs

10 Oct 2022  |  www.africanews.com
Nigeria faces rising food prices and inflation, which could push an additional one million Nigerians into poverty by the end of 2022, according to the World Bank. The Lagos Food Bank Initiative, led by Michael Sunbola, is providing frontline assistance to combat hunger and food insecurity by distributing food packs to vulnerable families. Beneficiaries urge the government to address inflation and fulfill its responsibilities. Nigeria has the second-highest number of undernourished children globally, with 17 million affected, as reported by UNICEF in 2021. Food inflation in Nigeria is at 23.12 percent, and unemployment is at 33.30 percent, as per the national bureau of statistics. Initiatives like the Lagos Food Bank are seen as crucial in tackling hunger and malnutrition.

Nigeria: Jazz lovers want support to grow genre

02 May 2022  |  www.africanews.com
The Lagos International Jazz Festival, held on April 30 to mark international jazz day, showcased contemporary jazz in Lagos, Nigeria. Nigerian flutist Tee Mac Omatshola and artist Michael Ikhifa expressed optimism for the genre's future in the country. Festival founder Ayoola Sadare emphasized music's universality, while attendee Laurence Brasseur Lonqueu had mixed feelings about the music's genre classification. The festival is a platform for local musicians to learn and celebrates jazz's West African roots.

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