We Are Under State Surveillance - Nigeria's Premium Times
Nigerian newspaper Premium Times says suspected officials of the State Security Services are trailing its reporters. But the Department of State Services has dismissed the claims, insisting that Premium Times is not in any way under siege by the operatives of the secret police, describing it as "fake news".
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Suspected Security Surveillance of Premium Times Reporters
Premium Times, 1 March 2020
Two men suspected to be officials of the State Security Service, Sunday, attempted to breach the home of PREMIUM TIMES Editor-in-Chief, Musikilu Mojeed, claiming they had a message… Read more »
IPC Decries Suspected Security Trail on Premium Times Journalists
International Press Centre, 3 March 2020
The International Press Centre Lagos (IPC) is disconcerted by reports of security surveillance of Premium Times Editor-in-Chief, Mr. Musikilu Mojeed and Reporter, Samuel Ogundipe. Read more »
We're Not Trailing Journalists Anywhere - DSS
Vanguard, 2 March 2020
The Department of State Services says it is not on the trail of any staff of an online medium or any other journalist anywhere in the country. Read more »
Security Agents Trailing Our EiC, Reporter - Premium Times
Daily Trust, 2 March 2020
The management of PREMIUM TIMES, an online news publication, says suspected security operatives are trailing its Editor-in-Chief, Musikilu Mojeed and a reporter, Samuel Ogundipe. Read more »
After six months in detention, the publisher of Cross River Watch, Agba Jalingo, has been released from custody after meeting his bail condition. Jalingo is facing ... Read more »