This is coming barely a week after Tony Ezimakor, Abuja Bureau Chief of Independent Newspaper Limited was released by the Department of State Services (DSS), over a story he published.
Reasons for his arrest have not been made known, despite the insistence by his colleagues demanding to know what his offence was.
The suspicious arrest was made by one Superintendent Bello Oroh who claimed to be of the Force Intelligence Bureau, FBI.
The National Assembly Divisional Crime Officer (DCO), Dele Olaoye, had sent for the journalist requesting his attention in his office.
Without disclosing the nature of his offence, he handed the journalist over to the men who forcibly dragged him into an unmarked hilux SUV with Abuja registration Number: RSH:850 AH.
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