An investigation into extra-judicial killings by the police and military in the South East Nigeria and massacre of pro-Biafra members carried out by the Premium Times has qualified the newspaper…
By Samuel Ogundipe Two years after PREMIUM TIMES revealed that four South-South states were running illegal surveillance programmes to intrude into privacy of their residents and target opposition, latest findings…
Latest reports have it that the huge amount of money recovered by the Economic and Financial Crimes Commission, EFCC, from a residential apartment in Ikoyi Lagos actually belongs to the National Intelligence Agency, NIA.
Editor-In-Chief of the online newspaper, Musikilu Mojeed said that the paper after its series of publications last year from the Panama Papers, has kept digging deeper into the Papers to bring out more revelations, saying “Nigerians should expect more revelations”.
The training which focuses on “Strengthening the Capacity of the Nigerian Media to Investigate and Report Procurement Process” is being supported by MacArthur Foundation.
Minister of Information and Culture, Lai Mohammed, has said that the Federal Government will not do anything to stifle press freedom in the country.
The Nigerian Army authorities have explained that the libel suit against Premium Times was instituted by the Chief of Army Staff, Tukur Buratai in his personal capacity, not in in his capacity of COAS.
Men of the Nigeria police force, on Thursday raided the head office of one of Nigeria’s most popular online newspaper, Premium Times, in Abuja, and arrested its publisher, Dapo Olorunyomi.
By Ebelo Fumpere Premium Times, an online newspaper, has said that the Nigerian Army lied when it denied a report that its troops were being deployed to The Gambia as…
PREMIUM TIMES has replied a letter sent by the Nigerian Army, threatening legal action against the newspaper for publications about the army and the Chief of Army Staff, Tukur Buratai, a Lieutenant General.