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The editorial policy of Kemi Filani is one of neutrality, source disclosure, and openness to legitimate criticism and revisions.
Instead of releasing information first and then clearing up any lingering questions, we strive to obtain reliable information at the outset. As far as feasible, we prefer to employ neutral information and data sources that are regarded as our equals.
Additionally, we warn our readers of material and data from particular sources that need to be carefully considered. Any work that is not up to par after internal assessment by one or more editors is subject to additional editing and review before being accepted for publishing or ultimately rejected.
ALLEGATIONS: We substantiate any claims, allegations, or information that is attributed to public authorities or from a source that we believe to have a reason to go beyond merely reporting on the veracity of an event. We also qualify and flag any information, including claims or allegations, that we are unable to substantiate.
We make sure to obtain information from a reputable source based on verifiable, tangible evidence. As previously indicated, we always credit the platform from which a story is sourced when it lacks direct sources. We follow the instructions provided to source information accurately: We use at least two sources to confirm.
When there is only one source, the veracity of the source is guaranteed by supporting what the source is claiming. We make sure to explain how the information was gathered and how the data was evaluated in the case of online data, such as survey results.
We always make an effort to speak with the information/news stakeholders on the record. When using anonymous sources, we work out many ways to give our readers as much information as we can about them so they may judge the sources’ reliability. In the instance of a concealed source identification, we explain why names are not mentioned when an anonymous source is being used.
Our editors are always given access to the sources so they can judge whether the data is reliable.
We make sure to define a source’s precise requirements, including keeping material “off the record,” as these expressions can mean various things to different people. We carefully examine any content from a social media platform or other online resources that is being used to support a fact.
All information that was not obtained by Us is qualified and called out by Us.
Responses and Comments
We grant individuals the freedom to react to reports. We also make sure that everyone has an equal opportunity to report any problems or inaccuracies on Our Website via the “Contact Page” link that is available on all of our web pages.
We don’t take the information provided with us at face value, so we take steps to confirm its accuracy. Additionally, all user-generated content is distinctly labelled as such.
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