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We didn’t ban journalists from State House- Nigerian govt.

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The presidency has dismissed reports making the rounds, which suggested that it banned some media organisations from covering activities of the president at the Presidential Villa. We didn’t ban journalists. This is just as it gave reasons for the suspension of the Federal Executive Council (FEC)meeting this week. The special adviser to the president on […]

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