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Anambra Varsity Lecturer Holds Anas Themed Quiz After Investigative Reporting Class

A lecturer in the department of Mass Communication, Chukwuemeka Odumegwu Ojukwu University (COOU), formerly Anambra State University, has held an Anas Themed quiz after an investigative reporting lecture.

The unnamed lecturer told the students about Anas Aremeyew Anas, the Ghanaian masked investigative reporter, explaining how the journalist of international repute had survived the dangerous terrains of investigative journalism with enviable achievements to show.

Anas Aremeyew Anas, The Ghanaian journalist

He then taught the students hazards of investigative reporting, using the Anas-Themed quiz to always remind them to be careful in the line of duty, while investigating stories. He had informed the students a day earlier, to come to class with their Anas masks.

The  students stormed the class with Anas masks to sit for the quiz. Other students peeped from the window, wondering what had gone wrong with the people they saw in class. The quiz was held on Thursday, May 16, at the Igbariam campus of the University, where Mass Communication department is situated.

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6 comments

  1. Agbachukwu Paschal Ifesinachi

    Anas Aremeyaw Anas one of the best investigative reporter from Ghana i so much like this man and i admire to achieve this like him.. #anasquizmasscomcoou

  2. Nwankwo Esther 2018054029

    Dr. Nwabueze helped us to understand more about the “hazard of investigative reporting”, using the Anas masks in our line of duty while investigating stories

  3. Ochonma Uchenna

    This will benefit those who don’t want lecturers see their faces while copying from someone

  4. Nzegbunam Uchenna

    Woah so interesting.Dr Nwabueze na good lecturer.

  5. Nweke Felicia C

    Waoh. I love this. Teaching with illustrations is helpful in learning

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