Nasir El-Rufai and Son, Bello Kaduna State Governor’s son, Bello El-Rufai has threatened to get Premium Times Journalist, Samuel Ogundipe arrested and sued over his publication on the Twitter saga he had previously. Bello El-Rufai whom have been in the news for threatening to gang r4pe a Twitter user’s Mum with his friends following an argument they had on US President, Donald Trump yesterday. His threats In a series of tweet a few hours ago, Mr El-Rufai wrote: “Oh Samuel Ogundipe, our hired PDP c
One of the blessings of God is to give birth to a new baby.God has shower one of the Nigerian journalist, Samuel Ogundipe his blessing by gifting him a new baby through his beautiful wife.
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The media play an important role in society as a source of information, but also as a “watchdog” or scrutinizer. Who is a more deserving to be a person of the year between Premium Times reporter, Samuel Ogundipe, and the Kano State Governor Abdullai Ganduje? was the question I asked some time ago but no one was willing to answer. Ogundipe had broke the news on power play between the National Security Adviser Babagana Monguno and the the president chief of staff Abba Kyari. Monguno had alleged that Kyari
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. A Premium Times publication disclosed that both journalists were trailed by suspected state security service (SSS) officials. The SSS agents who visited Mr. Mojeed’s home attempted to gain entrance into his Residence, but were unsuccessful. The operatives were also reported to have monitored Mr. Ogundipe’s residence and
An investigative Premium Times journalist, who exposed the rift between the late Chief of Staff to President Muhammadu Buhari, Abba Kyari, and the National Security Adviser, Babagana Monguno, has resigned. Mr Samuel Ogundipe’s resignation is reportedly connected to a story he did about Bello El-Rufai – the son of Kaduna State Governor Nasir El-Rufai – who threatened to gang rape someone’s mother. El-Rufai’s son had publicly threatened to deal with the journalist over the story. But the privately
The National Association of Nigerian Students (NANS) has requested a conclusion to the assault on press opportunity in Nigeria. This interest was made in celebration of the World Press Freedom Day. In an announcement by its representative, Kazeem Olalekan Gani, NANS said as an affiliation, it comprehends what majority rule government is and the substance of opportunity for all people. "We stretch out solidarity to those in the media most particularly those taking part in guerilla news-casting as we mark
Without whistleblowers there is no investigative journalism. And without investigative journalism corrupt and inept public officials sleep a good deal sounder at night. So when the police and other public authorities start secretly viewing the phone records of journalists and newspapers it is a big problem for a democratic society. I would call it a national scandal. The Regulation of Investigatory Powers Act 2000 (RIPA) was passed to help fight terrorism and serious crime, but we now know it has been abused