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Murder Suspects Assault, Threaten Journalists in Court

On February 9, 2024, about 15 persons standing trial for the killing of the Village Head of Lambata in Niger State, Alhaji Muhammad Abdulsafur, assaulted cameramen from the Nigerian Television Authority (NTA) and Niger...

Two Journalists Arrested, Docked, Released on Bail

Two journalists, Mr. Salihu Ayatullahi, Editor-in-Chief, and Mr. Adisa-Jaji Azeez, Managing Editor of an online news portal, Informant247, were on February 6, 2024, detained in Ilorin, the Kwara State capital, for allegedly publishing injurious...

Governor’s Security Aides Brutalise Journalists at an Event

On January 26, 2024,  security aides attached to the Osun State governor, Mr. Ademola Adeleke, manhandled Mr. Bunmi Adigun, a reporter with the Ogun State Television (OGTV), when he went to cover the 66th...

Police Invade TV Station, Arrest Guest on Live Programme, Destroy Equipment in Abia

On January 17, 2024, policemen attached to the Umuahia Area Command, invaded a television station, ABN TV in Umuahia, Abia State, and arrested the guest, Mr. Udensi Donald, at a live programme that was...

Journalist Alleges Threat to his Life by Unknown Persons

On January 7, 2024, a Lagos-based broadcast journalist, Mr. Adeniyi Kunnu raised alarm over threats to his life and members of his family by an unknown person. Mr. Kunnu reported that for decades, he had...

Journalist Assaulted, Arrested, Detained for Covering Protest in Abuja

On December 19, 2023, Mr. Godwin Tsa, a journalist with the Sun newspaper, was manhandled, beaten, arrested and detained by the personnel of the Department of Development Control at the Federal Capital Territory Administration...