Nigerian news has a rich and varied history. Nigeria news was broadcasted with a variety instruments including sticks, drums, gongs (fire, voice, etc.). Visit 9janews before reading this.
The local community must find a way that they can communicate their joys, sorrows, and victories to their fellow citizens without the aid of cell phones or radios.
This is where things get interesting.
The ‘famous talk drums’ were used to enable people to communicate over long distances. It’s fascinating watching masters of the act. All it takes to send and retrieve messages is beating a single drum. The drummers are creating a cacophony. To the untrained eye, however, it is a noisy, chaotic mix of sounds. However, to the experienced ears of the drummers, there is a lively, heated argument, or conversation that is akin to today’s cell-phone chat.
In jest drummers are sometimes known to ridicule both the beauty and femininity within a community and the strength and power of its male population. Drumming was an integral component of communal life. The drum was used as a calendar to indicate the festivals that were being celebrated in the community. It registered deaths and births.
Nigeria News is broadcast mainly by radio, newspaper, and electronic. Nigeria news was initially transmitted through newspapers, state-owned radio and later government-owned TV stations. The government was the only one who could distribute information to Nigerians at that time. As time passed, the government began to lose control of newspapers, radios, and television stations.
Some radio stations
Radio Nigeria (government owned)
The Sun Newspaper