The raid happened after the newspaper published a report detailing how the Nigerian military assembled troops and equipment in preparation for a massive operation to retake Baga and five other towns in Borno from Boko Haram.
Despite Public Outcry, Daily Trust Editor Remains in Detention After Army Raid
Premium Times, 8 January 2019
The Nigerian Army has continued to detain the regional editor of Daily Trust, Uthman Abubakar. Read more »
Nigerian Army invades Daily Trust office in Abuja.
Army Under Fire for Invading Daily Trust
Daily Trust, 8 January 2019
Condemnation yesterday continued to trail the Sunday's invasion of Media Trust Limited (publisher of Daily Trust newspaper) offices in Abuja, Maiduguri and Lagos as well as the… Read more »
Army Yet to Release Daily Trust Editor 24 Hours After
Premium Times, 7 January 2019
The Nigerian Army has yet to release the Daily Trust's regional editor, Othman Abubakar, over 24 hours after he was arrested in Maiduguri by armed soldiers. Read more »
Army Targets Newspaper for "Undermining Security"
Deutsche Welle, 7 January 2019
The military raided the offices of the Daily Trust newspaper after it reported on a planned operation against the Boko Haram insurgency. The incident has been described as an… Read more »
Why We Invaded Daily Trust - Nigerian Army
The Nigerian Army on Monday explained why its personnel invaded the offices of Daily Trust Newspapers in Maiduguri, Abuja, Lagos and Kaduna on Sunday. Read more »
Soldiers Raid Paper Over Boko Haram Article
Premium Times, 6 January 2019
Armed soldiers on Sunday raided and sealed two offices of Daily Trust newspaper in Abuja and Maiduguri, Borno State. Read more »
Why Army Invaded Daily Trust Offices
Daily Trust, 6 January 2019
The Nigerian Army has said the Maiduguri and Abuja offices of Media Trust Limited (Publisher of Daily Trust newspaper titles) were invaded over a report that undermined national… Read more »
Military Prepares Massive Operation to Retake Baga, Others
The Nigerian military has assembled thousands of troops and equipment in preparation for a massive operation to retake Baga and five other towns in the northern part of Borno State… Read more »
Govt Orders Army to Vacate Daily Trust
Vanguard, 6 January 2019
The Federal Government has directed the military to vacate the premises of Daily Trust and the order has been complied with. Read more »
Zamfara Bandits May Have Link to Boko Haram - Defence Minister
The Minister of Defence, Brigadier-General Mansur Dan-Ali (rtd) has said the possibility of links between armed bandits wreaking havoc on rural communities in Zamfara State and… Read more »
Soldiers, Police Lay Siege to Daily Trust Lagos Office
Guardian, 6 January 2019
Hours after Maiduguri and Abuja offices of a Nigerian newspaper Daily Trust were shut by some armed military men, the Lagos Bureau Office of the newspaper Ltd has been taken over… Read more »
Boko Haram - 'Shettima Alone Funds 'Civilian JTF for 6 Years'
The volunteer vigilante youth groups popularly known as Civilian JTF that trained on counter-insurgency operations and currently helping the military fight Boko Haram insurgency in… Read more »
Boko Haram terrorists may have taken control of Baga Town, following a series of battles with Nigerian soldiers, reports the Premium Times. Read more »
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