Nigeria’s senate president, Bukola Saraki, has denied reports by Sahara Reporters that he hired George Uboh to smear the integrity of the Economic and Financial Crime Commission (EFCC). Senate President, Bukola Saraki
The Senate president Bukola Saraki, has vowed to deliver on his mandate in making sound legislation despite incessant allegations levied against him. According to him, his directive to implement thorough legislation that will impact the lives of Nigerians cannot be disrupted by the activities of some undisclosed online platforms which
Nigerian news sources took their sweet time getting on the web, but it’s 2015, and most of them not only have websites, but mobile apps. In fact, news apps are some of the most downloaded Android apps in Nigeria.
Fresh documents discovered by Sahara Reporters have revealed that the Senate president, Bukola Saraki, once played a role in the bankruptcy that rocked Societe Generale Bank of Nigeria (SGBN). The ex-governor of Kwara state who has been in the news in recent weeks for boycotting the leadership of the All
A few days ago, an exclusive news was reported by Sahara Reporters, which stated that the brother-in-law of President Buhari, Alhaji Musa Yola had been arrested on the orders of the President for charging an unnamed businessman N300 Million to secure an oil block. Click here if you missed it!
On Sunday, BN brought you the news that Sahara Reporters posted images of Senate President, Bukola Saraki’s UK passport, stating that he is not a Nigerian citizen, and also accusing him of theft. Apparently, Facebook deleted the passport image. The publication took to its Twitter page express disappointment at the
New York-based Nigerian online publication, Sahara Reporters have accused the President of the Senate of not being a Nigerian citizen while describing him as a thief as well. Saharareporters on Sunday took to Facebook to declare that Senate President, Bukola Saraki is not a Nigerian via a photo captioned “Bukola Saraki:
According to Sahara Reporters, there was a raid on the Benue State Liaison Office in the Asokoro area of the federal capital territory, which was allegedly orchestrated and directed by the former First Lady of the state Yemisi Suswam. Yemisi Suswam-(photo credit-gongnews)
Zimbabwe’s Minister of Information, Jonathan Moyo, appears to be displeased with Sahara Reporters‘ Journalist after reportedly showing disrespect to Zimbabwean President, Robert Mugabe during President Muhammadu Buhari‘s inauguration. Shortly after, Sahara Reporters released a photo of Mugabe pictured above, sleeping during the inauguration!
…And the Sahara Reporters – Robert Mugabe drama continues. You will recall that Zimbabwean Minister of Information, Jonathan Moyo, criticized the publication for allegedly disrespecting Mugabe during President Buhari’s inauguration ceremony. And now, a photo of Mugabe sleeping during the inauguration, said to have been released by Sahara Reporters is
Zimbabwe’s Minister of Information, Jonathan Moyo, is accusing Sahara Reporters of disrespecting Zimbabwean President, Robert Mugabe during President Muhammadu Buhari‘s inauguration. Moyo expressed his feelings via a rant on Twitter: Was Mugabe ambushed by these Nigerian “journalists”? Yes.
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