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Army seizes newspaper issues day after day on “security” grounds

Reporters Without Borders condemns the army’s many seizures of newspapers, throughout Nigeria and urges the authorities to respect the public’s (...)

Published on 11 June 2014 Read


The publisher of a Kaduna based weekly taken to hospital

Reporters Without Borders is deeply worried by the failing health of journalist Tukur Mamu who was hospitalized on 5 September 2013 after (...)

Published on 6 September 2013 Read


Charges dropped against Leadership journalists

Reporters Without Borders is relieved to learn that Abuja’s federal high court withdrew all charges yesterday against journalists Tony Amokeodo (...)

Published on 3 May 2013 Read


Newspaper editor released after eight days

Reporters Without Borders is relieved to learn of Al-Mizan editor Musa Muhammad Awwal’s release on 22 February and urges the authorities to stop (...)

Published on 25 February 2013 Read


Daily abuses suffered by Nigeria’s journalists

Following World Press Freedom Day on May 3, Reporters Without Borders takes a look at the breaches of freedom of news and information in Nigeria (...)

Published on 7 May 2012 Read


Government urged to protect media after two carbomb attacks on newspapers

Reporters Without Borders is dismayed by yesterday’s bombings targeting newspapers in the capital, Abuja, and the northern city of Kaduna and (...)

Published on 27 April 2012 Read


TV reporter gunned down while covering Kano suicide bombings

Reporters Without Borders condemns TV reporter Enenche Godwin Akogwu’s targeted murder while covering a series of deadly bombings by the militant (...)

Published on 23 January 2012 Read


TV journalist shot dead in northern city, Islamist group claims responsibility

Reporters Without Borders calls on the authorities to conduct a thorough and impartial investigation into the fatal shooting of Zakariya Isa, a (...)

Published on 25 October 2011 Read

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