The head office of The Nation Newspapers at Matori, Mushin area of Lagos State has been attacked by suspected hoodlums.
This comes after the setting on fire of Television Continental earlier on Wednesday.
Both The Nation and TVC are owned by the National Leader of the All Progressives Congress and former Governor of Lagos State, Asiwaju Bola Ahmed Tinubu.
A video of the incident posted online also showed a car on the premises set ablaze by the attackers.
Meanwhile, earlier in the day, Channels Television was hurriedly shut down after threat by hoodlums to attack it.
The station was accused of failure to air live the attack on protesters at Lekki Toll Gate in Lagos State on Tuesday.
However, contrary to the claim, a new crew of the station was at the Lekki Toll Gate when soldiers attacked the protesters.
The live report showed protesters who were shot at and those who took part in the evacuation of those injured.
The team was led by innovative reporters, Onu Phillips, who interviewed a number of the protesters.
Owing to the attack by the soldiers, the crew did not even have its equipment on group.
The protesters around used the light from their phones to project the faces of Phillips and those he interviewed.