WHO WE ARE
The Eagles aims to be the best and most trusted place for news and information dissimilation. Made for people who want clarity in an uncertain world. We take you to the heart of the stories that shape our world.
Our mission is to inform, to reveal, to contribute to the understanding of issues of public interest and to encourage citizens to participate in our free and democratic society.
We report on a broad range of stories from around the world, putting people at the centre of our storytelling.
We believe that our reputation as a news organisation is our most valuable asset, so it is vital that our journalism is always of the highest quality.
STAFF AND DIVERSITY
The Eagles is committed to accurately reflecting the range of experiences and points of view of all citizens. All Nigerians, of whatever origins, perspectives and beliefs, should feel that our news and current affairs coverage is relevant to them and lives up to our principles.
We have a special responsibility to reflect regional and cultural diversity, as well as fostering respect and understanding across regions.
We expect our journalists to be accurate at all times, but they are only human, and sometimes mistakes are made. That is why we have an established process for dealing with factual errors quickly and appropriately.
Anyone reading from The Eagles, can get in touch to complain about a news post by clicking here or emailing firstname.lastname@example.org
We actively monitor The Eagles inbox at all times. If someone does contact us to query or challenge a fact we have broadcast or published, we will take detailed notes of where and when it happened.
VERIFICATION AND FACT CHECKING STANDARDS
Our journalists find, verify and develop news stories – and we expect them to be accurate. To achieve this they should always seek to corroborate claims and cross-check facts.
The Eagles’s principle is that all facts should be reliably sourced. We also report from reputable news wires that adhere to similar principles of verification.
The Eagles contact page has details on how to reach our newsrooms. Contact The Eagles personnel, pitch an idea or give feedback on something you heard over the air or read on our website.