A radio station in Bauchi has sacked its general manager for airing an analysis on the N3.6 billion contract scandal involving the governor of the state, Bala Mohammed. PREMIUM TIMES exclusively reported how Mr Mohammed was enmeshed in the scandal from his early days in office as Bauchi governor. Albarka Radio, an independent radio station located at Sunday Awoniyi Street, Bauchi GRA, belongs to the chief of staff to Bauchi governor, Ladan Salihu. The general manager, Musa Waziri-Hardawa, was dismissed on Monday and replaced by the station’s head of programme, Dauda Chiroma. Mr Waziri-Hardawa told PREMIUM TIMES that he did not participate in the ‘offensive’ analysis but was sanctioned for allowing it to air. He said he has accepted this fate as the will of God. “I thought I was doing the right thing in keeping people informed about happenings in their respective communities and by allowing a free flow of information.

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Report Type: Denial Of Access
Location: Bauchi
Victim: Musa Waziri-Hardawa
Affiliation: EXCLUSIVE: Radio sacks manager for airing analysis on Bauchi governor’s N3.6 billion contract scandal
Assailant: Ladan Salihu

EXCLUSIVE: Radio sacks manager for airing analysis on Bauchi governor’s N3.6 billion contract scandal

A radio station in Bauchi has sacked its general manager for airing an analysis on the N3.6 billi...
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