Tundè Balogun and Sandra Hannebohm start news agency for African-Nova Scotians

Two University of King’s college journalism grads, Tundè Balogun and Sandra Hannebohm have started an independent media business in Halifax called Objective News Agency.

The focus of Objective News Agency to investigate stories relating to the African-Nova Scotian community. 

Founder Tunde Balogun and lead investigative journalist Sandra Hannebohm will present the first of four investigations into issues affecting the lives of Black Nova Scotians. A trailer of the first investigation was premiered on Oct. 19th at the Halifax North Memorial Public Library, hosted by 902 Man Up.



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