Petroleum Minister, Diezani Alison-Madueke, has denied reports that she is seeking asylum in foreign countries because she fears that president-elect, Muhammadu Buhari will send her to prison once he assumes office. Here’s the background of the story: Yesterday, Sahara Reporters alleged that six countries refused to grant an asylum request
Toyosi Phillips was born and raised in Lagos. Her dad, a twin passed away in 1998 leaving her with a strong support system that made sure she continued to get sound education. She attended Corona School, Victoria Island, Queen’s College Yaba, Bowen University and the University of Nottingham.
People have gone to the polls, but as we are waiting for the final results, a lot of unverified information is swirling around. News organisations are struggling to catch up, and indeed, what news they have is filled with rhetoric, not data or figures.
All Nigeria Save Democracy Movement (ANSADEM), a Lagos-based NGO, has launched a Public Service Announcement using excerpts from SaharaReporters leaked tape of the rigging of Ekiti state gubernatorial election. READ ALSO: Why Investigation Into Ekiti Rigging Tape Is Stalemated The group used a creatively designed cartoon image of former Minister, Musiliu
Ministerial nominee, Senator Musiliu Obanikoro has filed a N1 billion lawsuit against Sahara Reporters, Premium Times, and Punch Newspapers over reports on their platforms that alleged he facilitated the purported rigging of the 2014 Ekiti elections. According to Tribune, the suit was filed at the Lagos State High Court, Ikeja,
Judging from the most popular terms Nigerians searched for on Google last year, you can tell that 2014 was quite interesting! Check out some of the top trending terms in different categories: What is 1.What is Ebola 2.
"In sending soldiers on missions to discredit critics and chase down newspaper vans, Nigerian military commanders only ensure that their troops cannot earn public respect." The post SaharaReporters accuses Nigerian military, presidency of smear campaign appeared first on Premium Times Nigeria.
The Nigerian Military yesterday reportedly accused New-York-based online news agency Sahara Reporters of “choosing to support for terrorism and fighting Nigeria, its people, its military and particularly the Nigerian Army”. The attention of the Nigerian Army was drawn to a publication on the Sahara Reporters entitled, “Nigerian Army Presents Unverified