Omoyele Sowore, the Publisher of Sahara Reporters, and some activists have stormed the headquarters of National Broadcasting Commission (NBC), Abuja to register displeasure over the query issued to Channels Television.
The Nation reports the agency had queried Channels Television over an interview granted to Benue Governor Samuel Ortom.
In the live update monitored by The Nation, Sowore who adorned a black top with “Justice” written boldly on it with other activists, stood at the entrance of the commission’s office.
Some staff of the commission seen leaving the premises of the agency queried the presence of Sowore and others at the entrance.
They also cautioned them to stop recording, stating it was prohibited.
But Sowore responded: “We are here because of channels TV, we are on solidarity with them”.
Some other staff of the Commission were seeing hurriedly leaving the premises.
An official of the commission was also seen addressing Sowore and others.
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