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BBC Have Not Lived Up to Expectations, I Don’t Feel Safe, I’ve Had to Relocate My Family: Peter Nkanga 

Peter Nkanga, the Nigerian journalist with the BBC who shot the documentary on Ahmed Isah, the Berekete Family show presenter, says he’s received death treats and has been told he’ll

Peter Nkanga
Peter Nkanga

Peter Nkanga, the Nigerian journalist with the BBC who shot the documentary on Ahmed Isah, the Berekete Family show presenter, says he’s received death treats and has been told he’ll be lynched to death for the documentary.

Nkanga says Mr Isah was informed of dissenting voices of critics who were at variance with his methods of achieving justice for Nigerians before the documentary was aired.

Nkanga told ARISE News that the documentary was done to provide a “balanced and objective profile of the work Ahmed Isah, the Human Rights radio and the (work) Berekete Family show does. ”He feels hard done by, especially because he believes he has not been protected by the BBC.

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