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Monday, 9 May 2016

EXCLUSIVE: BBC To Interview Isoko-Delta Born MC Paul on Buhari's One-Year Anniversary

Isoko-born Mr Michael E. Paul,  a criminologist and civil activist popularly known as Mc Paul has caught the attention of BBC courtesy his write up on the Fulani herdsmen published in Premium Times.

Teodora, the Producer of Newsday, a radio morning programme on BBC  World, who plans to travel down to for the interview with one of BBC's presenters – Nkem Ifejika has contacted Mc Paul to schedule an interview with him.

Not sure of their identity, Michael had contacted his lawyer friend - who
coincidentally was the one who linked him to Premium Times - Barrister Rockson Igelige, for advice. Barrister Rockson in turn contacted Premium Times to double-check the identity of the supposed BBC presenters. They turned out to be authentic sources

According to Teodora, "We will be stopping in Benin City just for one night on Monday, the 23rd of May. We would love to meet Mr Michael then and record an interview with him for radio. The interview won’t take long and it will also be pre-recorded so anything that he wants, he can repeat, say again, and ask not to be included in the cutdown version of the interview that will be aired. The actual interview will probably then air on Wednesday morning when we will be discussing the topic of Fulani herdsmen attacks".

The interview will require Michael to briefly explain to BBC's audience who might have never heard of the Fulani herdsmen, who they are; Why there has been increase in the attacks by them in recent months; If the President and other officials has been doing enough to prevent more attacks from happening; Why he thinks the President hasn’t cracked down on this? Overall – how he would assess President Buhari’s first year in office as well as the biggest challenges he faces for the rest of his term.

Michael dear, keep writing from the depths of your soul. CNN  will soon queue to interview you.

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