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Media Rights Agenda

Newspaper Vendors, Distribution Agents Protest Police Harassment

Newspaper vendors and distribution agents in Owerri, the Imo State capital, on May 11, 2021 protested what they described as their incessant harassment by operatives of the Intelligence Response Team of the Inspector General...

Police Detain Newspaper Vendor for Undisclosed Reasons

On May 13, 2021, the Delta State Police Command arrested and detained a newspaper vendor, Mr Patrick Onwuaha, popularly known as Ocha, incommunicado, without disclosing the reasons for his arrest and detention. Patrick who had...

Drug Traffickers Beat Journalist for Reporting on their Activities

On April 16, 2021, Frederick Olatunde Odimayo, a freelance reporter and editor with the privately-owned radio station, Grace FM, Lokoja in Kogi State, was beaten up until he lost consciousness by five persons suspected...

Journalist Arrested for Criticising a State Governor

Mr. Sunday Egena Odeh, the State House correspondent of Peoples Daily, an Abuja-based newspaper was on April 30, 2021 at about 5.30pm arrested at the AYA roundabout in Abuja by officers of the Nigeria...

NBC Fines Two Stations N5 Million Each for Alleged Breach of Broadcasting Code

The National Broadcasting Commission (NBC) on May 6, 2021, announced that it had fined Channels Television and Inspiration FM radio  N5 million each for alleged breach of the Nigeria Broadcasting Code despite criticism that...
Francis Ogbonna, Cameraman, Arise Television

Police Brutalises Journalists Covering Protest in Abuja

A cameraman with Arise Television,  Francis Ogbonna and a journalist with Premium Times, Ebuka Onyeji, were on October 11, 2020 assaulted while covering a news conference where Nigeria‚Äôs Inspector General of Police Mohammed Adamu...