Top 10 Most Popular News Website In Nigeriaby Mohd Amir Internet Marketer 1. Naija.com
Naij.com is a News and amusement gateway that highlights collected news content. What's more, it's accessible in English, Hausa.
The site likewise advance nearby occasions, music and climate, and so forth
Naij is the fourth most visited site in Nigeria and has a Daily Unique Visitors of around 1,008,156, Daily Pageviews of 4,674,670 and month to month Pageviews 164,891,098.
2. Daily Naija Mode
Daily Naija Mode provide the latest news in nigeria and the world. It also updated you with celebrity news, breaking news, hollywood news. It is also a one of the most visited website on Nigeria and World. For details visit https://dailynaijamode.com/
3. Vanguard Online
This is the Online augmentation of the Vanguard day by day paper, one the couple of news source in Nigeria free from legislative impact.
The site is Ranked the seventh most visited site in Nigeria.
4. Punchng Online
is the online extension of the punch newspaper, the site provides trustworthy news on the happenings in Nigeria with categories ranging from opinions, politics, education, sports etc.
The online platform of the Daily Post newspaper, just like every other site on this list, the Dailypost brings you news in Politics, Entertainment etc.
Nairaland is an online community created by Seun Osewa in March 2005. A maximum 3% of Nigerian Internet users are
registered on Nairaland compared to Facebook's 11 million Nigerian users which corresponds to approximately 20% of the Internet population.
7. Nigerian Tribune
The Nigerian Tribune is an English-language newspaper founded in 1949 by Obafemi Awolowo and is the oldest surviving private Nigerian newspaper.
8. Sahara Reporters
Founded in 2006 by Nigerian political activist
Omoyele Sowore, Sahara Reporters is an online news agency based in New York City, US. Sahara Reporters has gained a large following both in Nigeria and amongst Nigerians abroad as no other Nigerian news agency could operate with the same level of transparency for fear of government action.
9. Daily Trust
Founded in 2001 by Media Trust, a privately held Nigerian newspaper publishing company based in Abuja that publishes the English-language Daily Trust , Weekly Trust , Sunday Trust and the Hausa-language Aminiya newspapers, as well as a new pan-African magazine, Kilimanjaro.
10. The Sun
The Daily Sun is a Nigerian daily print newspaper based in Lagos. Founded and published by The Sun Publishing Ltd, The Sun had a daily print run of 130,000 copies, and 135,000 for weekend titles, with an average of 80% sales.
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