Tag: Channels TV

LIVES ON THE LINE (III): Precious Owolabi was killed covering a protest

By Patrick Egwu This investigation is on the unresolved killing of three Nigerian journalists while on assignments between 2019-2020. For six months, Nigerian investigative journalist, Patrick Egwu investigated these murders, those behind it and the growing calls for justice by families of victims and press freedom groups. This is the[Read More…]

Reps condemn harrasment of Channels TV journalists

The House of Representatives Minority Caucus has described the harassment of Channels Television and its staff as a toxic push against press freedom and citizens’ rights. In a statement on Friday, signed by the House Minority Leader, Ndudi Elumelu (PDP, Delta), the caucus condemned the query issued the Channels Television[Read More…]

Breaking: Buhari appoints Channels TV Founder, John Momoh, acting Chairman, UNILAG governing council

The federal government has appointed the Chairman and CEO of Channels TV, John Momoh, as acting chairman of the governing council of the University of Lagos (UNILAG), Akoka. Mr Momoh, who is the president of the institution’s alumni association, has been a member of the council representing the association. His appointment follows the[Read More…]

Former lawmaker, Asake, accuses media of attempting to change narrative around killings in southern Kaduna communities

A former member of the House of Representatives and member of the Middle Belt Forum, Jonathan Asake, on Monday, June 8, 2020, caused a stir on Channels Tv when he accused the media of attempting to change the narrative around the killings in southern Kaduna communities, warning that the attacks[Read More…]

Channels TV Correspondent In Imo Regains Freedom

Imo State correspondent of the Channels TV, Temitope Kutiyi, who was in the early hours of Monday kidnapped by gunmen, has regained his freedom. This was as a result of a rigorous manhunt mounted by the state police command, which combed all nooks and crannies of the state to rescue the[Read More…]

Breaking: Gunmen Kidnap Channels TV Correspondent In Owerri

Channels Television correspondent, Mr. Tope Kutiyi, was forecefully kidnapped in Owerri by unknown armed men in the early hours of Monday. Vanguard gathered that Kutiyi, was jolted from his sleep by the rampaging hoodlums, after they successfully scaled through the perimeter fence of his residence in Federal Housing Estate, Umuguma,[Read More…]

“After My Remarks On Channels, The Naira Dropped” – Ifeanyi Ubah Takes Credit For The Recovery Of The Naira

Ifeanyi Ubah, managing director and CEO of capital oil, has claimed victory for the gains experienced by the naira over the past two days. Speaking on Channels TV programme, Ubah had said that if consulted, he could restore the naira to 200 against the dollar in just 30 days. “Look[Read More…]

Channels TV Stops Amaechi’s Verbal Attacks On Wike, On Live TV, For Breach Of Broadcast Code

By Chris Nomjov Frontline television news station, Channels TV interrupted a live speech by Governor Rotimi Amaechi, for allegedly making remarks that breach the station’s broadcast policy. After abruptly interrupting the Governor’s speech, the station offered that “Certain views expressed by Gov. Amaechi happen to be in breach of code[Read More…]

“Six Weeks Enough For Military To Diffuse Boko Haram Threat” – Okupe

By Chris Nomjov The Senior Special Adviser to the President on Public Affairs, Dr. Doyin Okupe, has expressed optimism that the six-week period of election extension will give the military, the needed time to neutralise the capabilities of the Boko Haram sect in the north-east; thereby guaranteeing the safety of[Read More…]

Channels TV Confirm Buhari And Jonathan For Presidential Debate

Nine-times broadcast station of the year and independent broadcast house, Channels Television has confirmed the availability of President Goodluck Jonathan and General Muhammadu Buhari, for the station’s presidential debate, billed for February 3rd, 2015. This was revealed during the station’s customary, “News at 10” broadcast. The debate, which would see[Read More…]