Nigerian journalist David Hundeyin has raised concerns about the Nigerian government’s intention to repatriate him from Ghana. Hundeyin, known for his bold investigative style, sought asylum in Ghana and has since been a fugitive, alleging that Nigeria’s Federal government accused him of leaking confidential information to the public.
During the Niger coup, Hundeyin gained attention for leaking documents related to the Nigerian government’s plans for military intervention, sparking mixed reactions.
In a video on his X social media platform, he appealed to Ghana’s Ministry of Interior and Refugee Board, expressing fear for his life and seeking help from the Ghanaian president.
Hundeyin emphasized that his return to Nigeria was perilous due to the high-risk stories he had covered. His journalism is lauded for its commitment to truth, challenging the status quo, and addressing societal issues such as corruption, human rights, and economic inequalities.
Hundeyin’s fearless approach sheds light on systemic problems, reflecting his dedication to exposing hidden truths and fostering meaningful change.