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Media Rights Agenda

Ilorin Magistrate Court Adjourns Criminal Charges Against Two Journalists to November 23

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A Magistrate Court sitting in Ilorin, Kwara State, has fixed November 23, 2022 for further mention in the trial of journalists, Abdulrasheed Akogun and Dare Akogun on charges of criminal conspiracy, criminal defamation, inciting disturbance, and...

Sharia Court Orders Arrest of Celebrities for Alleged ‘Immoral Conduct’ on Social Media

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On August 30, 2022, an Upper Sharia Court, Bichi Division in Kano State ordered police to arrest and investigate 10 local celebrities for alleged “immoral conduct” on social media that could influence the youths...

Taraba-Based Journalist Files N20 Million Suit Against Police, Senator for Harassment, Intimidation and Unlawful...

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Taraba State-based journalist, newspaper publisher and radio station manager, Mr. Samuel Ayodele, has filed a suit at the High Court of the Federal Capital Territory in Abuja claiming N20 million as general damages against...

Appeal Court Dismisses Condemned Singer’s Appeal, Orders Retrial for Alleged Blasphemy

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A Court of Appeal sitting in Kano State has dismissed an appeal filed by a Kano-based singer, Aminu Shariff Yahaya, who was sentenced to death in August 2020 by a Kano Upper Shari’a Court....

MRA, Others Win Suit over Twitter Ban as ECOWAS Court Rules Nigerian Government’s Action...

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The ECOWAS Community Court of Justice has ruled that the indefinite suspension of access to Twitter in Nigeria by the Federal Government in June 2021 was unlawful and violated the provisions of the African...

Media Rights Agenda, Others Win Suit over Twitter Ban as ECOWAS Court Rules Nigerian...

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The ECOWAS Community Court of Justice has ruled that the indefinite suspension of access to Twitter in Nigeria by Federal Government in June 2021 was unlawful and violated the provisions of the African Charter...