Journalists Set To Protest Colleague’s Disappearance 

Journalists Set To Protest Colleague’s Disappearance

Journalists in Abuja, the Federal Capital Territory (FCT) have agreed to protest to the Nigeria Police Force’s headquarters over the extinction of Tordue Salem, a correspondent with Vanguard newspapers.

Salem, who covers the House of Representatives, was reported to have gone to a garden near the police headquarters in Garki area on October 13 around 8pm and has not been seen since then.

Emmanuel Ogbeche, the Chairman of the Nigerian Union of Journalists, Emmanuel Ogbeche, added that journalist’s extinction in front of the police headquarters is absurd. Information Guide Nigeria

In Ogbeche’s words: “Journalists should hold security operatives in the FCT responsible, especially the police. We have resolved to stage a peaceful protest tomorrow (today).

“The FCT police command has been interrogating some people but we feel that is not enough. We want the matter to be transferred to the force headquarters and a special unit there should handle it.

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“It is ridiculous that he went missing in front of the force headquarters and he has not been found or whether it was a case of abduction or not.

“We remain persuaded that this is not a case of kidnapping. Security agencies have a lot of answers to provide in this regard. jamb results

“We don’t want to insinuate that he is with them, but if they have been unable to find him and we have referenced a case of where a journalist went missing for two years before pressure was mounted which led the DSS to admit he was with them.

“We do not hope this isn’t the case but if it is it, we demand he should be brought out and charged to court if there are allegations against him.

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