Nigerian Television station, African Independent Television (AIT) has demanded the sum of N100 billion from the National Leader of All Progressive Congress (APC), Senator Bola Ahmed Tinubu as damage charges in relation to his response and claims as a result of the “Unmasking The Real Tinubu” documentary the TV station aired on 1st March. They also requested an apology from Tinubu.
The management of Daar Communications Plc, the operators and owners of the TV station rejected the demands of the letters Bola Tinubu‘s lawyer sent to them requesting the management of AIT to apologize to his client and retract the documentary, “Unmasking The Real Tinubu” which it aired on its nationwide network of stations stating the documentation was a misinterpretation of his client within 24 hours.
Mike Ozekhome‘s chambers, the representative lawyers of DAAR Communications declared AIT was simply carrying out its constitutional responsibilty to uphold fundamental objectives of the constitution in reference to the transmitted documentary. He also said the documentary merely stated that Bola Tinubu generally breached vrious portions of the Nigerian constitution.
Daar communications Plc has demanded an apology to be aired on at least four leading national newspapers and four television stations, which must include AIT, NTA and Channels and a sum of N100 billion as damage charge for irrecoverable image damage on AIT.