The journalist Ahmed Salkida who was declared wanted by the Nigeria Army after he released a video of the dreaded Boko Haram terrorists group of the Chibok school girls who were abducted over two years ago says his commitment and professional obligations to Nigeria is unshaken and that he is not intimidated. He went on to say he is working on his “next exclusive report”
Hear him – “my commitment and professional obligations to Nigeria remain unshaken and undiminished. I am now working on my next exclusive report”
He continued, “In response to the demand by Nigerian security authorities for me to clear my name, I flew into Abuja on Monday, 5th September. Contrary to reports, I was not arrested. I had very engaging conversations with officers. The atmosphere was mutually respectful. The discussions opened useful insights that are benefiting to both sides on the discussion table. I wish to thank most especially family friends & professional colleagues who believed & trusted that my outputs have only solely been driven by professional considerations. And to those who never believed, who have used hate, threats and intimidation, I thank you also. Finally, let me make it clear that my commitment and professional obligations is strong, I am not about to shift grounds professionally. My commitment and professional obligations to Nigeria remain unshaken and undiminished. I am now working on my next exclusive report” he concluded.