Journalism must not be investigative, it can also be speculative, in fact, a journalist can report rumours, but at any given time, the readers or listeners must be told that the report is speculative, rumour or factual. A journalist should not present rumours and speculations for instance, as facts, as we often see in Nigerian "investigative journalism".
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