Tony Momoh
Prince Tony Momoh, the journalist par excellence, a bibliotherapist and cultural engineer is the 165th child of Momoh the first. He is the third of the four children his mother had for Momoh the first and his mother was the junior of the three groups into which the Momoh Household of 45 wives and 245 children were organised.

Press Releases

  1. “The Press after 1976”, paper given at the 10th National Convention of the Nigeria Union of Journalists at Enugu, Anambra State, on May 26, 1977.
  2. “Information Media and African Journalists vis-à-vis their Role in the Global Development of the African Continent”, given at UNESCO seminar in Libreville, Gabon, Jan 29 – Feb 2, 1978.
  3. “Legal Aspects of Advertising” given at a seminar organized by The Association of Advertising Practitioners in Nigeria at Mainland Hotel, Lagos, Feb 22, 1978, and at the Advertising, Sales Promotion and Merchandising Course organized by NIM of Mainland Hotel, Lagos, Aug 9. 1978.
  4. “Thoughts on Press Performance” being presidential address at the Nigerian Guild of Editors Convention held in Jos, April 6 – 8, 1978.
  5. “Press Freedom: Practical Considerations”, produced for seminar on Mass Media and National Development, University of Nigeria, Nsukka: April 24, 1978.
  6. “The Sub-editor as the “Civil Servant of a Newspaper”, address given at the Certificate Award Ceremony of the Sub-Editors’ short course organized by the Nigerian Institute of Journalism, Lagos, on July 7, 1978.
  7. “Freedom of the Press in our Constitution”, paper given at Symposium on Sharia Laws and Freedom of the Press in Minna, Niger State, Aug 25, 1978.
  8. “The Press in Developing Countries”, Lecture at the Goethe Institute, Lagos, Dec 13, 1978.
  9. “Our Fears, Our Plight, Our Hope”, paper on Decree No.3 of 1978, the Nigerian Press Council Decree to the National Executive Committee of the Nigeria Union of Journalism meeting at Ibadan, Jan 10, 1979.
  10. “The Role of the Press in an Executive Presidential System of Government”, given at the University of Lagos Historial Society Week, March 14, 1979.
  11. “The Journalist”, Lecture delivered at the National Institute for Policy and Strategic Studies Kuru, Jos, on May 6, 1980.
  12. “Private Property Rights Under The Land Use Decree of 1978”, Lecture at the 10th Anniversary celebrations of the Nigerian Institute of Estate Surveyors and Valuers at National Theatre on July 24, 1980.
  13. “Developing a Common Attitude and Language to deal with problems facing West African Journalists in Dissemination of News”, given under the auspices of ECOWAS in Freetown on May 6, 1981.
  14. “The Nigerian Journalist and the Law of Sedition”, given at Mass Communication Workshop on “Effective Use of Mass Communication Media” organized by the School of Communications Arts and the Department of Mass Communication, The Polytechnic, Calabar, March 18, 1982.
  15. “Press and Development in Africa”, given at the IPS Third World News Agency Seminar in Rome, March 21, 1983.
  16. “Press Freedom and the 1979 Constitution: four-chapter hand-out written in April 1983 and used for induction of Journalists at the Daily Times.
  17. “Government Ownership of Media and the Public Interest”, given at the NUJ International Mass Communication Workshop, NUJ Light House Press Centre, Victoria Island, 1983.
  18. “Press Freedom in Nigeria: How protected in the 1979 Constitution and the Role of the Judiciary in its Enforcement”, given at The Law Society, University of Lagos, Wednesday, April 27, 1983.
  19. “The Electoral Act ’82 and the Press”, given at symposium sponsored by the Continuing Education Centre, University of Lagos (in co-operation with the Friedrich Ebert Foundation), Friday, June 10, 1983.
  20. “The Press and the Law of Libel”, being forum lecture given to Staff of NTA Channel 7 in Dec 1983.
  21. “Human Face of Laws and Regulations”, an opening address delivered at NIM one-week course on Employment Laws and Regulations, at Mainland Hotel, Ebute-metta, Monday, Oct 22, 1984.
  22. “The Official Secrets Act and The Press”, given at the Press Centre, Kwara State Council of the NUJ Workshop, Amilegbe, Ilorin, on Tuesday, Nov 27, 1984.
  23. “Of Governments: The Press and Governance”, being forum lecture given at NIJ, Ogba Campus, Dec 3, 1984.
  24. “Information for the Informer”,being contribution as Discussant at the Rotary Foundation Month symposium on “Discover a new World of Service through Communication” at the Continuing Education Centre, University of Lagos, on March 14, 1985.
  25. “The Nigerian Press: Past, Present and Future; Various Press Laws and Practice of Journalism in Nigeria”, being paper given at the 30th Anniversary of the NUJ symposium of National Theatre, Lagos, on May 15, 1985.
  26. The Press Under Military Rule”, being paper given at the Bendel State Press Week Seminar at Benin, Dec 5, 1985.
  27. “The Role of Women in Development” being paper given at the Bendel State Press Week Seminar at Benin, Dec 5, 1985.
  28. “Law of Contempt and the Press”,being paper given at the Family Day Symposium at National Theatre, Iganmu, on Feb 21, 1986.
  29. “Family As A Cradle Of Discipline”, being paper given at the Family Day symposium organized by the Federal Ministry of Social Development, Youth Sports & Culture at the Nigerian Institute of International Affairs, Lagos on March 6, 1986.
  30. “The Press Council and Protection of Individual and Corporate Rights; Procedural Considerations”, being paper given at the NIJ/Federal Ministry of Information symposium, organized by National Seminar on the Press Council of Nigeria at ASCON, Topo, Badagry, from March 5-6, 1986.
  31. “National Security and Journalists”, being paper given at the Rivers State Council of the NUJ Seminar on National Security and Journalism in the 80’s.
  32. “The Press”, being paper given at the Nigerian Institute of Advanced Legal Studies colloquium on Why Army Rule at Lagos from May 20-23, 1986.
  33. “The Role of Mass Media and other forms of Communication in Nigerian Politics”, being paper given at the Debate organized by the Punch Group of Newspapers on a Viable Political System for Nigeria at the National Assembly Lagos, from Aug 27 – 28, 1986.
  34. Key-Note Address to the National Communication Seminar held at ASCON, Badagry, from Feb 2 – 6, 1987.
  35. Special Address titled “The Press Under Military Rule” to the delegates at the NUJ Anambra Annual Press Week Dinner/Dance held at the Hotel Presidential, Enugu, in May, 1987.
  36. Introductory address at the launching of Mass Mobilization Campaign held at the National Stadium Surulere, Lagos, July 25, 1987.
  37. A call for Action on Africa’s Destiny at the closing ceremony of the 4th Ordinary session of Information Ministers of the OAU at Addis Ababa on Friday, Jan 15, 1988.
  38. Lectures on Dignity of Man. A window to Eternity, Another Dimension to the Struggle to Restore the Essence and Dignity of Man, at the Nigeria Institute of International Affairs under the auspices of the UNN, Lagos Branch Alumni Association on 7, April 1988.
  39. Key-Note Address delivered at the seminar organized by the Nigeria Guild of Editors at Abuja on Sept 14-16, 1988.
  40. Lecture on Nigeria in the 21st Century: Prospects & Problems of a “National Communication System” delivered as part of the activities to mark the 10th Anniversary celebrations of the News Agency of Nigeria at the NIIA, Oct 14, 1988.
  41. “Film as a tool for Information and Culture” being lecture delivered at the 40th Anniversary celebrations of the Film Industry in Ghana on Jan 6, 1989.
  42. Key-Note Address delivered at the opening of the OAU Conference of Communication Experts at Ogun State Hotel, Abeokuta on Monday 20th March, 1989.
  43. “The makings of a Dictator” being lecture delivered at the Monthly Business Luncheon of the Island Club, Lagos on February 22, 1990.
  44. Address delivered at the Opening Ceremony of the 5th Ordinary Session of the Conference of African Information Ministers, at Abuja, April 4, 1990.
  45. Key-Note Address on the Control of Media Advertisement of Food, Drugs, Cosmetics and Medical Devices organized by the Food, Drugs Administration and Control Department of the Ministry of Health at Durbar Hotel, Lagos, Tuesday, April 10, 1990.
  46. Address delivered at the Luncheon organized by the Nigerian American Chamber of Commerce at Ikoyi Hotel, Lagos, Thursday April 12, 1990.
  47. Address on Workability of the Media Council delivered at the Lagos State NUJ Council 1st Editors/Veterans Forum, at NIIA, on Thursday, April 19, 1990.
  48. Address at the Opening Ceremony of the Special Delegates Conference of NUJ at the Benue Hotel, Makurdi, Benue State, on Thursday, April 19, 1990.
  49. Presentation entitled, “In The Name of God” at a symposium organized at NIIA, Lagos, by the Yakubu Gowon Centre for the promotion of National Unity on Sept 3, 1992.
  50. Lecture entitled, “Man at War” delivered at Ogun State University on October 21, 1992 under the auspices of the Grail Movement.
  51. Speech entitled “Woman Liberation” delivered on Oct 25, 1992 under the auspices of the Brotherhood of the Cross & Star, Lagos.
  52. Contribution on Aspects of Child-Care made at a forum on “Essential Child-Care in the 90’s and Beyond” organized by Christy Essien Igbokwe at the National Theatre, Iganmu, Lagos on Nov 25, 1992.
  53. Paper at Seminar on “Political Implications of The Structure of Government under the Transition Programme organized by the Nigerian Institute of Advanced Legal Studies, Lagos in March, 1993.
  54. Paper on “Freedom, Responsibilities & Restraints of the Mass Media in a Military Regime” contributed to the University of Nigeria, Nsukka, Mass Communication Association Media W eek, March 24, 1993.
  55. Paper on “The Nigerian Media Today – An Overview of its Role, Responsibilities & Future Challenges”, at a workshop organized by Mike Okereke Consulting Limited at Federal Palace Hotel, Lagos on April 6, 1993.
  56. Paper on “The Philosophy of Press Freedom in Nigeria’s Presidential Democracy” given at National Seminar/Workshop organized by UNESCO, the Nigerian National Commission for UNESCO and the Nigerian Institute of International Affairs at NIIA, Lagos on April 26/27, 1993.
  57. Paper on “The Media & Senior Civil Servants” given at Meet-The-Media Workshop for Top Civil Servants (Above Level 13) organized by Business Education Examinations Council on August 17, 1993 at Federal Palace Hotel, Lagos.
  58. Key-Note Speaker at Aviation Seminar on “Legal & Operational Environment of Air Transport Business in Nigeria” organized by Wings Communications & held at Sheraton Hotel, Ikeja, on October 12, 1993.
  59. Paper on “Sedition Law – Journalists’ Albatross” given at a Seminar on “The Rights of the Nigerian Press in an Evolving Democracy” (Oct 19-20 1993) by Lagos State Council of the NUJ.
  60. Key-Note Speaker at the Second Writers’ Fair & Book Exhibitions ’93 with a Theme “Literary Awards & The Development of African Literature”, at the National Arts Theatre Complex, Iganmu, Lagos on November 9, 1993.
  61. Paper on “The Media, Security Agents & Sedition Laws” given at an ACCE/FES Workshop on “Reporting Politics & Public Affairs” at Ikeja Palace Hotel, Lagos on December 10, 1993.
  62. Lecture entitled “Other Dimensions to Fashion and Culture” delivered at the National Theatre, Iganmu, Lagos on March 26, 1994 under the auspices of Threshold Konsult, organizers of the First Lagos Fashion & Beauty Fair ’94.
  63. Paper on “The Law & Ethical Considerations in Media Practice” given at the Workshop on “The Performance of the Nigerian Mass Media during National Crises” at the Gateway Hotel, Otta, Ogun State, from March 27-30, 1994.
  64. Key-Note Speaker at a Media Seminar organized by the United Nations Information Service, Lagos, to mark “World Press Freedom Day” on May 3, 1994.
  65. Paper on “Contractual Roadblocks to Running an Airline Business” at Seminar on Aviation organized by Total Concept Limited at Sheraton Hotel, Ikeja on June 21, 1994. The theme was “Towards a Better Aviation Industry in Nigeria.”.
  66. Speech at Etsako Focus Meeting: titled, “In Search of a National Memory Bank” on Oct 15, 1994.
  67. Speech at the Lagos State Council of NUJ Seminar on National Mass Media Commission in Lagos on March 13, 1997.
  68. Speech at the Inaugural Lecture to mark the First Anniversary of the passing of May Ellen Mofe-Damijo organized by the Alumni Association of the Nigerian Institute of Journalist at Ogba, Lagos, on March 20, 1997.
  69. Paper on “Nigeria – A Case Study” being the First El-Hadj Saka Fagbo Memorial Lecture organized by NTA Channel 7, Ikeja on April 7, 1997 at the University of Lagos, Akoka, Yaba.
  70. Paper on “Concept of State Security, National Interest and the Mass Media” at NUJ Press Club, Shomolu, Lagos, on May 3, 1997.
  71. Paper on “The Legal Constraints on Journalism Practice in Nigeria” submitted to Forum organized by Nigerian Press Organization/Sub-Committee on Media Vision 2010 on August 12, 1997, Lagos.
  72. Gave the First NIPR Distinguished Annual Lecture on “Culture as Foundation for Effective Public Relations Practice,” at Abeokuta under the auspices of the Ogun State Chapter of the Nigerian Institute of Public Relations on Wednesday, Sept 24, 1997.
  73. Culture as Foundation for Effective Public Relations Practice, being the SECOND Golden Lecture delivered at Abeokuta under the auspices of the Ogun State.
  74. 74 repeated here.
  75. Speech on The Press Under Abacha, November 13, 1997.
  76. Speech delivered at the 4th Annual Nigerian Media Merit Award Ceremony held on Nov 25, 1997 at the Sheraton Hotel, Lagos.
  77. Speech on “Towards the Third Republic: Watching The Watchdog,” delivered at the 1997 Convocation Ceremony of the Times Journalism Institute, Iganmu, Surulere on Wednesday, Nov 26, 1997.
  78. Speaker at the Workshop on “Charting A New Path For NAN,” organized by the News Agency of Nigeria, at Kaduna, on Dec 8, 1997.
  79. Speech delivered at NAMAAC NAFEST ’97 at Abuja on 13th December, 1997.
  80. “The Press – Is The Stance of Pure Advisory Desirable?” – being paper prepared for the Seminar on “Towards a Stable Polity” organized by the office of the Chief Press Secretary to the Head of State and State House Press Corps at Abuja on Sept 22 & 23, 1997.
  81. Lecture, “The 1995 Constitution and The Nigerian Press: Articulating an Alternative to the National Mass Media Commission (NMMC),” given at the Lagos State Council of the NUJ forum in Lagos on Thursday, Aug 6, 1998.
  82. Paper at and review of “Patrick Ityohegh: Sunny Side of Life” by Dr. Felix Audu at the Conference Centre, Abuja on Thursday April 15, 1999.
  83. Paper on “The Role of the Armed Forces & The Police in a Democracy,” given at the War College, Abuja on March 24, 1999.
  84. Contribution prepared for use at a Seminar on STABILISATION OF THE NIGERIAN ECONOMY organized by the Centre for Public and Business Policy at Enugu on April 21-22, 1999.
  85. Paper on “African Governments And Reputation Management,” given at Abuja under the auspices of the Federation Of Africa Public Relations Associations (FAPRA) on May 6, 1999.
  86. Paper on “Objective Journalism in Support of Democracy and National Interest,” presented at forum organized by the Obasanjo Victory Group at Gateway Hotel, Ota on May 20, 1999.
  87. Paper on “The Powers and Functions of the Legislative: Role of the Media “presented at forum organized by NAN and the National Assembly at Abuja on June 23, 1999.
  88. Speech given at the presentation of two books by HRH Queen Akasoba Zainab Duke-Abiola, JP.mni, at the International Conference Hall, Abuja on Thursday, July 29, 1999.
  89. Paper on “Laws and Norms of the Press,” presented at Seminar organized by UNESCO at Abuja on Sept 9-10, 1999.
  90. “Welcome” – being Chairman’s remarks at the Matriculation Ceremony for the Second Batch of Diploma Students of the College of Journalism, Ikeja on Tuesday, Sept 28, 1999.
  91. Lecture, “The Nigerian Constitution as it Relates to the Military” given at the Quarterly Conference of the Nigerian Army Education Corps & School on Wednesday, Oct 6, 1999.
  92. Lecture on “Objective Journalism in Support of Democracy and National Interest” given at the Business Forum of Lagos Country Club, Ikeja, on Thursday Oct 21, 1999.
  93. Lecture on “APCON at 10 “given at the marking of the 10th Anniversary of the establishment of the Advertising Practitioners Council of Nigeria (APCON) on Dec 9, 1999 in Lagos.
  94. Paper on “The Press & Democratic Transformation,” given at the IPC/FEF Media Review Roundtable on Wednesday, March 22, 2000.
  95. Lecture on “The Media & Agenda-Setting In Our Democratic Dispensation” given to mark the Second Year of Founding of Cool FM, at the Nigerian Institute of International Affairs, Victoria Island, Lagos, on Oct 2, 2000.
  96. Presentation on “The Press And The Law of Libel” for staff of the Guardian in May, 2000.
  97. Presentation on “Alhaji Dr. Ismail Babatunde Jose – A Tribute”, at Airport Hotel, Ikeja, Lagos on December 13, 2000 to mark Alhaji Jose’s 75th Birthday.
  98. Speech, “Blessed Are The Peace-Makers – in Praise of the Peace-Makers,” at a forum organized by African Refugees Foundation (AREF) at Ikeja, Lagos March 19, 2001.
  99. Paper on “Repositioning The Media In A Democracy – Prospects And Challenges,” given at the First Media Forum organized by the CLO in Lagos on May 7, 2001.
  100. Speech on “The National Cultural Policy” given at the Opening of the Seminar on Promoting Nigerian Culture for National Unity at Ikoyi Hotel, Lagos on June 21, 2001.
  101. Same as item 102.
  102. “Democracy, Development And The Media”, being address given at the dinner organized by the Committee of Colleagues for Chief Onyema Ugochukwu, Chairman of NDDC, in Lagos on June 15, 2001.
  103. Paper on”Privatisation And The Nigerian Aviation Industry” presented at Seminar on National Aviation Law & Business organized by Adeyegbe & Co, and the Ministry of Aviation at Abuja from July 26-27, 2001.
  104. Paper on “The Niger Delta People And Where They Should Go” given at the University of Lagos under the auspices of the Southern Minorities Students Association on Nov 1, 2001.
  105. Report Of “The 2000/2001 Award Nominating Panel” of the Nigerian Media Merit Award presented at Eko Meridien Hotel on Sunday Dec 9, 2001.
  106. Position Paper on “Sports Development In Nigeria As A Vehicle For National Integration” sent to the Presidency in Feb 2002
  107. Paper on “Repositioning The Media In A Democracy Prospects And Challenges” given at the Annual General Meeting of the Newspaper Proprietors Association of Nigeria (NPAN) at Abuja on March 1, 2002.
  108. “Ethnic Relations In Our Nascent Democracy”, being Second Memorial Lecture to mark the passing on of Air Marshal Alfa, at Abuja on Saturday, March 16, 2002.
  109. Various Election materials for publication as Chairman, National Media and Publicity Committee of the ANPP Presidential Campaign Team.
  110. Presentation on “The Media and the 2003 Elections” at the International Press Centre Roundtable at Ogba, Lagos on Thursday June 5, 2003
  111. Presentation on “The Aviation Industry – How To Achieve High Ethical Standards” Seminar on Fashioning a Marshal Plan for Nigeria’s Aviation Industry held at Golden Gate Restaurant, Ikoyi, Lagos – July 29 & 30, 2003.
  112. Presentation on “Democracy, Development And The Media” at Seminar at the University of Maiduguri, Borno State on Sept 17, 2003.
  113. Presentation on “The Manifestation Of The Kingdom Of God On Earth” at the
  114. Inter-Religious Conference and Lagos Regional Day Celebration of the
  115. Brotherhood of the Cross and Star at the Multi-Purpose Hall of Tafawa Balewa

iii. Square, Lagos on Saturday, Oct 25, 2003.

  1. Presentation on “Thoughts On Curricula Design For Media Laws, Ethics And
  2. Regulation” at the National Workshop on Curricula Review of Mass
  3. Communication Training Institute, at Gateway Hotel, Abeokuta, November 18

iii. – 20, 2003.

  1. “This I believe”, being remarks made at the presentation of the book,
  2. by Mr. Dipo Ajayi, at Muson Centre, Lagos on June 22, 2004.
  3. “Many Levels Of Seeing” being remarks at the presentation of
  4. the Book, Nigeria Set Aside by God for Greatness & the Untold Story of June
  5. 12 Annulment by Adesina Adedipe at the Lagos Airport Hotel on Sept 2, 2004.
  6. Presentation on “Afenmai And The Leadership Question” at the Afenmai Youths
  7. Awareness Day organized by the Afenmai Youths Association of Nigeria at Ikelebe Sports Arena Auchi on Saturday Oct 2, 2004.
  8. “The Media And The Challenges of Its Vanguard Role In Our Democracy” being
  9. presentation at the Press Week of the Anambra State Council of the Nigeria Union of Journalists at Awka on Nov 15, 2004.
  10. Presentation on “Ethics of Journalism,” at the Induction Programme of staff of Spectrum Broadcasting station at Abuja on Thursday Nov 18, 2004.
  11. Presentation at 2003/2004 Media Merit Award Ceremony held on
  12. Saturday Nov 27, 2004 at the Presidential Hotel, Port Harcourt.
  13. Paper on “Democracy, Development And The Media – The Nigerian Experience,”
  14. given at the 2004 Press Week of the Kaduna State Council of the Nigeria
  15. Union of Journalists on Dec 14, 2004 at Kaduna.
  16. Item 123 repeated
  17. “Campus Journalism And National Development,” being presentation at the Press
  18. Week of the Communications Studies Unit of Babcock University, Ilishan Remo
  19. on Wednesday, March 2, 2005.
  20. “The Law of Libel” being presentation at the Sun Newspapers Workshop in
  21. Lagos on Saturday March 5, 2005.
  22. “The Law of Libel” being presentation at the NTA Workshop in Maiduguri on
  23. Wednesday, June 15 2005
  24. Speech at the 2004/2005 Media Merit Award Ceremony held on
  25. Saturday Sept 24, 2005 at Zaranda Hotel, Bauchi.
  26. “ Nigeria: The Dangers To National Unity”, being presentation at the First Nation
  27. National Legislators Conference at Abuja on Sept 29, 2005.
  28. Presentation on “To be a Journalist In Nigeria – Legal/Ethnical Requirements”
  29. on October, 2005.
  30. “Ethics of Journalism” being side material for use at NUJ forum on “The
  31. Ethics of Journalism” on Thursday Nov 25, 2005.
  32. Presentation on “The Media And Development” at the First Anniversary of the
  33. Passing on of Tunji Oseni on Tuesday Nov 29, 2005
  34. Presentation on “The Life And Times of Izebe – A Practical Approach to
  35. discussing Perspectives on Managing Perception Crises” at a private briefing at Abuja between January 26 and 28, 2006.
  36. “The Ethics Of Reporting”, being presentation at the Training Workshop for
  37. National Assembly Correspondents on Positive Reporting at Abuja on Feb 13, 2006
  38. “Will Nigeria Collapse?” Being presentation at the marking of 50 years of the
  39. founding of St. Finbarr’s College on Tuesday, May 23, 2006 at the NIIA, Lagos.
  40. Speech as Chairman, NMMA Award Nominating Panel at the 2005/2006 Media
  41. Merit Award Ceremony at Kwara Hotel, Ilorin on Saturday Sept 9, 2006.
  42. “The Role of the Media in Political Advertising”, Being paper presented at a
  43. Workshop organized by the Nigerian Press Council on the Challenges of
  44. the Media Industry in Nigeria on Wednesday 13 – Sat 16, Sept, 2006.
  45. “Thoughts on Curricular Design for Mass Communication Studies,” being thoughts
  46. on curriculum development for mass communication students at a workshop
  47. organized at University of Lagos, November 3, 2006.
  48. “Nigeria, The Wake-up Call And The Media” being presentation at the Outing of
  49. the National Association of Campus Journalists, University of Ibadan, Ibadan on
  50. Friday Nov 24, 2006.
  51. “Black History Month Exhibition”, being remarks made at the Black History Month Exhibition hosted by CBAAC on Thursday, Feb 22, 2007 at the National Theatre, Iganmu, Lagos.
  52. “The Role of the Media in Political Advertising” Being contribution at IPC Workshop on Electoral Reporting – Issues and Guidelines at Governors Hotel, Omole Estate, Ogba, Lagos on Feb 23, 2007.
  53. “Rediscovering Tortoise”, Being Chairman’s opening remarks at the presentation
  54. of Segun Sofowete’s book, Retold, Refurbished THREE TALES OF THE
  55. TORTOISE at the National Theatre, Iganmu, Lagos on Thursday, June 14, 2007.
  56. “Reminiscences And Projections” (The Proposals of Men and the Disposals of
  57. Men), being presentation on “Reminiscences and Projections: at the First Jacksonites Home-coming Project Lecture Organised by the Department of Mass Communication at the Alexandria Auditorium, University of Nigeria, Nsukka on July 19, 2007.
  58. Thoughts on ETHICS OF JOURNALISM: Being presentation at The Punch Induction Programme for Business Correspondents held in Lagos on Friday August 31, 2007.
  59. The Powers And Limits of the Legislature in Public Investigations; Being Paper presented at Seminar organized by United Democratic Conferences at the Women Development Centre at Abuja on Wednesday May 24, 2000, edited for use of journalism trainers at workshop organized by the Press Council from Oct 3 – 6, 2007 at Peninsula Resort, Lagos.
  60. The Making of Great Columnists: Issued by the National Society of Newspaper
  61. Columnists by Prince Tony Momoh – November 2007.
  62. Access To Information And The Challenges Of Freedom Of Information To
  63. Government Information Managers: Being paper presented at the National
  64. Retreat on Public Communications Strategy for Government Information

iii. Managers organized by NTA/TV Enterprises at Abuja – November 15 – 15, 2007.

  1. Tony Momoh’s Speech At The 2006/2007 Media Merit Award Ceremony Held on Saturday November 20, 2007 at Miccom Golf Hotels & Resort, Adam Osun State
  2. WATCH IT, MR. JOURNALIST – From pages 186 – 189 of Democracty Watch, A Monitor’s Diary Vol.1 by Prince Tony Momoh (Pumark Nigeria Ltd, Reprinted Nov.2007)
  3. Elections’ Outcome, Litigations And The Media: Being presentation at forum
  4. organized by the Nigerian Guild of Editors on December 7, 2007 at Bauchi, Bauchi
  5. State.
  6. THE LAW OF LIBEL – Presentation at the Compass Newspaper Workshop on
  7. Tuesday, February 19, 2008. The material is for internal use only and may not be
  8. reproduced in any form or distributed outside the Compass Newspaper Workshop.
  11. ECONOMY – Presentation at the 1st Annual Award Ceremony of the South-South

iii. International Magazine at Golden Gate Restaurant, Ikoyi, Lagos on February 28,

  1. 2008.
  2. HOW MUCH HUMANITY IS IN THE SKIN COLOUR? – Presentation at the United
  3. Nations of Youth – Network Nigeria International Day for the Elimination of Racial
  4. Discrimination at Airport Hotel, Ikeja on Tuesday March 25, 2008.
  5. THE MEDIA UNDER THE LAW – Presentation at the MEDIA TRUST
  6. WORKSHOP Monday, April 7, 2008. This material is for internal use only and may not be reproduced in any form or distributed outside the Trust Newspaper Workshop.
  7. Law of Defamation – Matters Arising: Being Chairman’s Remarks at the NUJ,
  8. Lagos State Council, Seminar at Lagos Airport Hotel, Ikeja on Thursday, April 17,
  9. 2008.
  10. The Imperative Of An Appropriate Legal And Regulatory Environment For Genuine
  11. Media Freedom In Nigeria: Presentation at the 2008 World Press Freedom Day in
  12. Lagos on Friday May 2, 2008.
  13. Being Chairman’s Speech Seminar at the Seminar on Enlightened for National Development organized by the Rosicrucian Order, AMORC at Golden Gate Restaurant, Ikoyi, Lagos on Saturday, May 10, 2008.
  14. Non-Justice Ability Of Chapter Two Of The Constitution And The Challenges Of Human Development: Being presentation at Workshop organized by the Nigerian Guild of Editors and the Kano State Government on Media, Democracy and Human Development from May 25 – 27 in Kano.
  15. Non-Justiciability of Chapter Two of the Constitution and the Implications for the Immunity Clause: Being presentation at the NBA Conference at Abuja under the auspices of Lawyers in the Media on Wednesday, August 27, 2008.
  16. FOI BILL AND THE DUTY TO MONITOR by Prince Tony Momoh – being presentation at the Nigerian Institute of Journalism forum on Wednesday, September 24, 2008.
  17. Tony Momoh’s Speech at the 2007/2008 Media Merit Award Ceremony held at Tropicana Hotel, Kano on Saturday November 16, 2008.
  18. Management of Public Affairs Coverage—Ethical And Legal Considerations: Being Presentation made at the Nigerian Institute of Journalism Short Course organized for Press Officers of the Ministry of Information and Strategy, Lagos State at NIJ Campus, Ogba Lagos on Friday, January 23, 2009.
  19. Effective Newsgathering and Dangers of Gagging the Press in a Democratic Government: Presentation at the South-South International Magazine forum at Airport Hotel, Lagos on Friday March 13, 2009.
  20. The Legislature, The Press and the People: Presentation at the Second Times Communications Summit Abuja Monday, March 23, 2009.
  21. TO SAVE NIGERIA, LET’S PRAY: Being speech given at the Yaba Interdenominational Fellowship of Churches at Baptist Church, Sabo, Yaba, Lagos on May 1, 2009.
  22. ISSUE ADVOCACY – A HOLISTIC APPROACH: Being paper presented on Issue Advocacy at the Business Education Examinations Council Government Relations Advisor Programme for Chevron Nigeria Ltd at Abuja on May 11 – 14, 2009.
  23. Presentation of Books: Being speech given at the presentation of Four Books to mark Tony Momoh @ 70 at the Banquet Hall of the National Theatre, Iganmu, Lagos on Thursday, August 20, 2009.
  24. Speech by Special Guest of Honour, Prince Tony Momoh, at 2009 LAGOS STATE PUBLIC SCHOOLS ESSAY COMPETITION PRIZE PRESENTATION CEREMONY at the Rural Urban Helpers Foundation (RUHF), at Eko FM Hall, Agidingbi, Ikeja, Lagos on October 28, 2009.
  25. WHEN THE TIME IS RIPE: Being Chairman’s Speech at the 3rd International Widow’s Conference Seminar at Aba Sports Club, Aba on November 12 – 13, 2009.
  26. PRESENTATION TO THE HOUSE COMMITTEE ON INFORMATION ON THE PUBLIC HEARING ON A BILL TO ESTABLISH THE NIGERIAN PRESS AND PRACTICE OF JOURNALISM COUNCIL: Being presentation at the hearing of the Nigerian Press Council and practice of journalism in Nigeria Bill 2009 at Abuja on Monday November 16, 2009.
  27. LEGEND OF THE NIGERIA MEDIA: Award presented to Prince Tony Momoh at the 2009 Maiden edition of the Nigerian Media Green Carpet for Selfless service & outstanding contributions to the growth of Media in Nigeria.
  28. THE WIDOWS ORGANIZATION INTERNATIONAL: Award of Excellence presented to Prince Tony Momoh in recognition of Cherished services to God and humanity especially your care for the less privileged in our society, dated November 12, 2009.
  29. HONORARY FELLOW OF ADVERTISING (frpa) Awards to Prince Tony Momoh by the Advertising Practitioners Council of Nigeria (APCON) in recognition of His Worthy Role in The Establishment of APCON and Development of The Advertising Profession in Nigeria on November 12, 2009.
  30. SUSTAINABLE DEMOCRACY: THE ROLE OF THE PRESS AND CIVIL SOCIETY: Being Presentation at the Newswatch Communication Ltd Workshop at Ikeja on Wednesday, December 9, 2009.
  31. ROUNDTABLE ON THE TELECOMMUNICATIONS REVOLUTION IN NIGERIA – 2010 EXEMPLARY LEADERSHIP LECTURE: Being Chairman’s Opening Remarks at the Lagoon Restaurant, Victoria Island, Lagos, on Wednesday, February 10, 2010.
  32. NIGERIA AT 50 – ISSUES AND CHALLENGES – Being: Presentation on ISSUES AND CHALLENGES at the 8th Truennial Conference of the TUC at Benin City on Thursday, March 18, 2010.
  33. JOURNALISM IN NIGERIA SO FAR HOW WELL – Being presentation at the 55th Anniversary of the founding of the NUJ at Abuja on April 15, 2010.
  34. FUNDAMENTALS OF BANCASSURANCE PRACTICE IN NIGERIA – Being Opening Remarks at the presentation of Fundamentals of Bancassurance Practice in Nigeria at the NIIA, Lagos on Wednesday April 28, 2010.