Call for Volunteers

We are seeking young people especially mass communication university students—across the state who can serve as a volunteer.

We’re also always excited to get well-written stories, informed contributions! Have a strong opinion, story or other contribution?

Some of the News reports has been achieved via crowd-sourcing and working through citizen reporters. Do you want to be a volunteer reporter, working as a volunteer for the news in your state or country? Email us info@skyeradio.com.ng

Please note that, for the above roles, we have a rigorous process of selection, and as such have the final say. We look forward to many more of you joining our community!

Lifestyle

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    1 month ago

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