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April 22, 2017

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Written by: Quebex
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Are you an Entertainment writer?

Got anything exciting to share?

We are throwing our platform open for writers and bloggers.

You can share all your fun entertainment stories, news, opinions, topical issues bordering around Music, Movies, TV shows, Events, Culture and lifestyle relevant, first to Nigeria, then Africa and the rest of the world.

 

Here are the following guidelines to writing an article for radiowaka.com:

1. Articles should be original i.e. Not copied from a different source that is not originally yours. If some information is derived from other sources please state the source in the article.

2. Articles should, as much as possible refrain from insults directed towards a particular gender, ethnic group, race, or religious group. Each article will be reviewed prior to publishing.

3. Articles should be fairly accurate where dates, events, and places are mentioned.

4. Articles should, as much as possible, be grammatically correct and void of glaring grammatical errors. This does not mean vernacular cannot be used. If you write in pidgin English then by all means do so. We are not opposed to that.

5. Articles should have a picture related to the article topic included in the article. This helps out a great deal as our blog system lays out articles with a picture thumb.

*** You can submit an article by simply visiting radiowaka.com/submit and filling the form on the page or emailing your article to submit@radiowaka.com.

Please note that articles will be fully credited to the Author(s).

 

Thank You!!

Team RADIOWAKA.



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