Insecurity: Kadaria Ahmed insists government knows terrorists’ hideouts

…Expresses fear over 2023 elections Nigerian journalist and CEO of Radio Now, Kadaria Ahmed, received what she called a mix-bag of commentaries for accusing the British Broadcasting Corporation, (BBC) Africa Eye of fuelling terrorism in Nigeria through its latest documentary, titled: ‘The Bandit Warlords of Zamfara’. Some Nigerians who lashed at her for turning against the BBC, are angry because her Op-Ed about the documentary was believed to have spurred the Minister of Information and Culture, Lai Mohammed, into announcing sanctions against the BBC and other affected media. In addition,…

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Worsening Insecurity: ‘Buhari can proceed on leave, allow someone else rule Nigeria’ – Kadaria Ahmed

Nigerian journalist and Chief Executive Officer of RadioNow, Kadaria Ahmed, has called on President Muhammadu Buhari to proceed on sick leave and allow somebody to run the affairs of the country, due the deteriorating security challenges. Ahmed has been in the news for describing a recent BBC documentary on Zamfara banditry as “irresponsible reporting”. In an opinion article published last week, Ahmed said the BBC documentary fell below the best practices of journalism, and was against public interest. She said the BBC Africa Eye may be charged with aiding terrorism…

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