Wednesday, 29 June 2016
The Guardian Newspaper sacks 32 Workers
About thirty-two workers of The Guardian newspaper were on Tuesday sacked by the management due to dwindling income.
The affected workers, it was learnt, received letters of termination of appointments on Tuesday.
More workers are expected to receive their sack letters on Wednesday and later this week. There is apprehension everywhere as affected staff who showed up in the office were immediately issued sack letters.
One of those sacked is the General Editor of The Guardian, Jewell Dafinone who was relieved of his appointment on Tuesday along with others.
The Guardian Newspaper was established in 1983 by Alex Ibru, an entrepreneur, and Stanley Macebuh, a top journalist with the Daily Times Group of newspapers.