11.06.2021 news BREAKING: Buhari to Grant NTA ‘Revealing and Educative Interview’

Published 11th Jun, 2021


On Friday at 8:30pm, the Nigerian Television Authority (NTA) will televise a “revealing and explosive interview” with President Muhammadu Buhari.

This was confirmed in a statement by Femi Adesina, Special Adviser to the President on Media and Publicity, on Friday afternoon.

“President Muhammadu Buhari grants Nigerian Television Authority (NTA) an exclusive interview, from 8.30 pm, Friday, June 11, 2021,” Adesina said.

“It promises to be revealing and educating. Kindly keep a date.”

Friday night’s interview holds a day after the President granted a rare media interview to Arise TV, during which he made some interesting compliments including how the #EndSARS protest was about young people wanting to march to Aso Rock to remove him, and warning Nigerian youths that they may have a good degree yet “die without having a job” unless they “behave themselves”.

During the interview, he also revealed he had given the Police and the Military instructions to be ruthless in dealing with insecurity situations in the country.

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Published 11th Jun, 2021



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