Reporters Without Borders (RSF) calls on the Nigerian authorities to guarantee the safety of investigative journalist Ibanga Isine, who fears for his life after the deaths of several sources linked to his reports on massacres in the north of the country.
During the night, his telephone lights up by itself. During the day, it is impossible to end some calls without switching the phone off.
Isine, who has won several awards, no longer trusts the cell phones which he believes are compromised and bugged because of his investigations into massacres carried out in the south of Kaduna State in the north of the country.
Editor of the The Next Edition, one of the leading investigative news websites in the country, he has moved away from his home after threats over his work became intolerable. Since he began his investigations, the fourth and final of which was published on 23 January, several of his sources have died.