Army seizes journalists’ vehicle, bars them from covering election in Yobe

Soldiers at ORO3, Union bank formation in Damaturu, Yobe state, have confiscated journalists’ car and kept them hostage for hours.

The journalists are Musa Mingye of Blueprint and our reporter, Hamisu Kabir Matazu, who were using their personal vehicles with INEC approved sticker, INEC’s reflective jackets, INEC-issued Identification cards and company’s ID cards.

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Created: 11/03/2019

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