The Nigerian journalist was released after being granted bail at a Magistrate's Court in Abuja. Ogundipe was held for refusing to name his source in a story about the Nigerian police.
Premium Times Journalist Samuel Ogundipe Granted Bail
Premium Times, 17 August 2018
A PREMIUM TIMES journalist, Samuel Ogundipe, who has been detained since Tuesday has been released. Read more »
Govt Must Drop Charges Against Journalist, Says World Press Group
IPI, 17 August 2018
IPI condemns pattern of forcing journalists to reveal their sources Read more »
Samuel Ogundipe, a reporter at Premium Times, after his release from the Police Station
Protesters Gather At Police Headquarters As Samuel Ogundipe Is Released
Protesters on Friday gathered at the Nigerian Police Force headquarters in Abuja to demand the release of detained PREMIUM TIMES reporter, Samuel Ogundipe. Read more »
The spokesperson for the police, Jimoh Moshood, made a statement during a protest at the Force Headquarters by various groups for the release of Samuel Ogundipe who was arrested by ... Read more »
The Nigerian police began the prosecution of Premium Times journalist Samuel Ogundipe on Wednesday, denying him access to his lawyers. On Tuesday, three journalists from Premium ... Read more »
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