Trail Reporters is a Nigerian media organisation with special interest in investigative journalism.
One of the missions of Trail is an equal society, where the rights of the people is paramount and devoid of Rights abuses from law enforcement agencies and any oppressive government, in line with the norms expected in a modern democratic state.
It is our belief, that the media can help foster a social agenda for a just society, build empires of truth and free conscience.
Trail Reporters berths to bridge the gap of unresolved investigative cases.
We are geared towards whistle blowing, where no one or organization is sacred.
Our publications cuts across board and offers a platform for young and aspiring Journalists to grow.
We encourage Citizen Journalism, which has become a fulcrum in our today’s society.
Eneh John entered the world of journalism as a student Journalist, where he was an active member of the Nigerian Union of Campus Journalists (NUCJ), and joined the print journalism, with a second class (upper division)honours and also holds a Masters Degree in Communication Studies from the University of Calabar, where he also served as Secretary General of the Students’ Union.
He was the News Editor of Newstime Newspaper, Editor of Scholaris Magazine, The Country Newspaper, and a major contributor to several reputable online news platforms and International news websites, University Lecturer and lead investigator on Secret Reporters News.
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