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Pulitzer winner's Nigeria 234NEXT Newspaper still in the wood

Pulitzer winner's Nigeria 234NEXT Newspaper still in the wood A Nigerian newspaper run by a Pulitzer Prize-winning journalist stopped publication Sunday after 2 1/2 years of muckracking and sometimes

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Pulitzer winner's Nigeria 234NEXT Newspaper still in the wood

A Nigerian Newspaper run by a Pulitzer Prize-winning journalist stopped publication Sunday after 2 1/2 years of muckracking and sometimes controversial coverage of Africa's most populous nation, the publisher said.
NEXT newspaper, printed in Lagos, did not appear on newsstands this weekend. Publisher Dele Olojede, a former foreign editor for New York's Newsday, said NEXT was "losing a lot of money" and decided to stop its print edition to reevaluate its finances.
The Newspaper reached the zenith of its influence when it published an anonymously sourced story claiming late President Umaru Yar'Adua was "seriously brain damaged" and unable to govern while receiving medical treatment in Saudi Arabia. the government attacked the newspaper. However, Yar'Adua never returned to power and died May 5, 2010.
The Newspaper also published the U.S. diplomatic cables related to Nigeria obtained by WikiLeaks, causing another stir in the country.

Olojede, who won the Pulitzer Prize for International Reporting in 2005 while at Newsday, said he hoped NEXT at least would continue to publish stories on its website.

"It's been an extraordinary adventure for us, really. We're going to stick with it and keep poking around to see if we can make a dent in the very many problems of this country," he said. "The country definitely needs, like oxygen, an independent and honest press. ... the country is not going to go anywhere if money can just determine what the public knows or doesn't know."

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