BREAKING: Security operatives shut down Leadership Newspapers over N100m debt

Currently, the head office of the Leadership Newspapers located in Utako, Abuja is under siege by security operatives over 100 million Naira debt.

DAILY POST gathered that the Newspapers is allegedly indebted to one Senator Isah from Niger State.

The operatives working under a court order has been mandated to shut down the office and claim all Leadership property including all vehicles found within the premises belonging to the Newspapers.

Already, about six vehicles have been towed away by the assigned officers.

DAILY POST gathered that the official vehicle of the General Editor has equally been towed away by the officers.

Source:http://dailypost.ng/2017/12/07/breaking-security-operatives-shut-leadership-newspapers-n100m-debt/

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11 Comments

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    Uduakobong Udofa6 days agoReply

    That is not enough reason for shutting the media house.

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    Nathaniel Joseph6 days agoReply

    100m debt… Na wa oo

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    Ajayi Adekunle6 days agoReply

    This is a serious issue, that’s a lot of money.

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    Muhammed Solih6 days agoReply

    Already, about six vehicles have been towed away by the assigned officers.

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    Chinedu Anaekwe6 days agoReply

    This is a serious issue

  6. author

    Funke AKINWANDE6 days agoReply

    This is serious

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    elvis boss6 days agoReply

    100m is alot

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    Chinedu Anaekwe6 days agoReply

    a serious issue

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    Ezekiel Ihejika5 days agoReply

    Very good to know.

  10. author

    Amadi Anthony Ebere5 days agoReply

    This is a serious issue, that’s a lot of money

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