First Issue of Nigerian Watch Newspaper is Out Now

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The first issue of free monthly newspaper, Nigerian Watch, is out now and available across London. Published by Green World Media Ltd, Nigerian Watch meets the demand for an engaging publication that reconnects the Diaspora with events here and in Nigeria.

Front page of Nigerian Watch launch issue

Our first issue contains an eclectic mix of stories about events here and back home in Nigeria.

The first issue of monthly newspaper, Nigerian Watch, is out now and available across London. Published by Green World Media Ltd, Nigerian Watch meets the demand for an engaging publication that reconnects the Diaspora with events here and in Nigeria.

Nigerian Watch is available from over 100 outlets across London including Barking, Canning Town, Camberwell, East Ham, Edgware, Fulham, Greenwich, Hackney, Old Kent Road and Walworth. Uniformed distribution teams will hand out the newspaper over the weekend at key locations including Barking, Burnt Oak, Camberwell, Dagenham, Dalston Market, Deptford, Elephant & Castle, Hackney, Kilburn, Liverpool Street, Peckham, Stratford, Thamesmead and Woolwich.

In this launch issue, highlights include:

  •     An article on the air fares row between the Nigerian government and British Airways & Virgin Atlantic;
  •     A special report on the London mayoral election;
  •     An exclusive interview with Soul Sister star, Emi Wokoma;
  •     The news that Nigerian Idol auditions will be coming to London later this year;
  •     An article on the recently promoted London Nigerian RFC.

Nigerian Watch will additionally contain articles on business, politics, culture, lifestyle and property; unbeatable event listings; gossip page Madam Amebo; restaurant reviews and much more.

Maryanne Jemide, Managing Director of Green World Media, comments: “Our first issue contains an eclectic mix of stories about events here and back home in Nigeria. Our editorial focus on Nigeria’s position on the world stage, its people and its contribution to British society, is set to make Nigerian Watch a must-read for UK Nigerians, their descendants and others affiliated with the country through business or personal relationships.

“With over 100 distribution points and manual distribution teams already in place, we are adding further locations each day to ensure as wide a reach as possible.”

The Nigerian Watch website, http://www.nigerianwatch.com, will host the digital edition of the paper along with daily and exclusive content.

Click here for the full distribution list.

For more information, please contact:
Ilonka Omosevwerha
T: 0208 588 9640
E: ilonka(at)nigerianwatch(dot)com

About Green World Media Ltd
Founded in 2012, Green World Media is an independent publishing company based in Edgware, London, UK. The company launched its first title, Nigerian Watch, in March 2012.

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