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,
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"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