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Saturday, 4 April 2015

Al-Jazeerah journalists detained by Nigerian military regain freedom

The two Al-Jazeerha journalists, Ahmed Idris and Ali Mustafa who were detained in their hotel in Maiduguri, by the Nigerian military over allegations of loitering, have regained their freedom.

According to Borno state government's news platform, KSM News, the journalists were this morning allowed to leave the hotel where they have been detained since March 24th and have been moved to the state government lodge on the advice of Borno state governor, Kashim Shettima.

34 comments:

Anonymous said...

Good for them ....

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Anonymous said...

Good for them ....

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Unknown said...

Best decision

NaijaDeltaBabe said...

Seen

Madam Hoha said...

Ok good.

Blog It With Olivia said...

Good for them

Alloy Chikezie said...

That's the power of a lawsuit

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Unknown said...

I thought they wanted to sue the military.
Good they were released.

Unknown said...

Good for them
And they had better not to trespass where they are not needed next time

Unknown said...

Good for them.
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BONARIO NNAGS said...

I'm happy for them.

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Unknown said...

That's good..there shud be freedom of speech and movements

Unknown said...

Besides, why are they looking like criminals na?

Unknown said...

they shd stay away from combat zones or atleast get the required permission and protection from the military to air it live. simple!!!

Davido's driver said...

They should be compensated. Lindaobserve

Rubylicious said...

So Femi Falana had to institute legal proceedings against the army for them to be released?

Rubylicious said...

So Femi Falana had to institute legal proceedings against the army for them to be released?

Rubylicious said...

So Femi Falana had to institute legal proceedings against the army for them to be released?

Unknown said...

Good!!!

Unknown said...

Ok..goid for them

***Dahenriez**

Unknown said...

The objective of the detention has been defeated. So what da ef.

Unknown said...

Good news, they should let them off with a warning to avoid problems. Linda take note!

Unknown said...

Good news, they should let them off with a warning to avoid problems. Linda take note!

Unknown said...

Good news, they should let them off with a warning to avoid problems. Linda take note!

Unknown said...

Good news, they should let them off with a warning to avoid problems. Linda take note!

Unknown said...

Good news, they should let them off with a warning to avoid problems. Linda take note!

Anonymous said...

Finally Mr Ahmed u r free, ur wife has really missed u

Unknown said...

They should thank their star's, if not they wil hav rot where they were detained. I hope they hav learnt their lessons?

Anonymous said...

Lol! Loitering indeed. They should go home.

Unknown said...

Finally; power of the media.



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Unknown said...

Good. I do hope dat the critizisms will continue .

ary said...

So are they dropping the suit instituted against our military or is still ongoing?

assadeeya said...

It's relieving that they gained back there freedom,but truly everything done is of benefit to them and teaches them to be careful in their next assignment

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