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Should the Nigerian Government Have Arrested Ahmed Salkida?

On Monday, Nigeria’s most wanted journalist who had been declared wanted by the army after being accused of having links to Boko Haram was arrested at the airport by Nigeria’s Department States of States (DSS).

Should the Nigerian Government Have Arrested Ahmed Salkida?
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