At Herald Nigeria,(HN), the privacy of our visitors is of extreme importance to us.
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Herald Nigeria Comment Policy
First things first: We love comments and appreciate the time that our readers spend to share ideas and give feedback. Thank you to everyone who comments at Herald Nigeria.
However, we also want our comments to be as useful as possible to all of our readers. While we keep 99% of comments, we will remove these:
- Harassing comments: While conversation and the sharing of different ideas is encouraged, all comments need to be respectful towards our contributors and those leaving comments.
- Promotional comments: If a comment is solely promotional in nature, we will remove it from the site.
We reserve the right to remove any comments from the site; please leave comments that are respectful and useful.
If you have any questions on the commenting policy, please let us know.