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Nigerian government preventing sale of my book, says journalist on exile



David Hundeyin, Nigerian journalist on exile, says that his new book, ‘Breaking Point’, is facing difficulty in the country because of attempt by Nigerian government to stymie its supply.

‘Breaking Point’ is Hundeyin’s second book after ‘The Jungle’, an exploratory work on the Nigerian corrupt system.

The book enjoyed huge success and reviews on account of the writers engaging style of writing.

The journalist, on his X handle said that buyers who ordered his new book are yet to get their copy on account of harassment of suppliers of the book.

He made this point while apologizing to buyers for not getting their copies.

“I owe an apology to everyone in Nigeria who ordered ‘Breaking Point’ and didn’t receive it yet.

“I don’t know who is terrified of my book, but the publisher and distributors are being harassed by the Nigerian government, which is why it’s still not available on Roving Heights,” he said on X.

Hundeyin has been on exile on account of his acclaimed but critical reports on documented shady pasts of powerful Nigerian politicians, including Bola Tinubu, president of Nigeria.

Last year, he raised alarm over attempt by Nigerian government to pressure Ghana into revoking his asylum status.

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