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Media Rights Agenda

MRA Sues National Broadcasting Commission, Challenges its Power to Regulate Social Media Platforms

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Media Rights Agenda (MRA) has filed a suit at the Federal High Court in Abuja challenging the legal authority of the broadcast regulatory body, the National Broadcasting Commission (NBC), to regulate and license social...

Pro-Bono Assistance and Strategic Litigations for a Conducive Legal Environment for Journalism in Nigeria

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Interview with Edetaen Ojo, Executive Director of Media Rights Agenda (MRA); and Chair of the Steering Committee the African Freedom of Expression Exchange (AFEX). UNESCO: Could you please present yourself and introduce how you become...

MRA Sues NBC, Asks Court to Set Aside Fines Imposed on 3 Broadcast Stations

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Media Rights Agenda (MRA) has filed a lawsuit at the Federal High Court in Abuja asking it to set aside the fines imposed on three broadcasting stations by the National Broadcasting Commission (NBC) in...

Federal High Court Rules FOI Act Does Not Apply to Rivers State

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A Federal High Court sitting in Port Harcourt, Rivers State has ruled that the Freedom of Information (FOI) Act does not apply to Rivers State, having not been domesticated or enacted by the Rivers...

EIE, PIN, MRA, File N5 Billion Suit Against 4 Telecoms Companies for Blocking Access...

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Enough is Enough (EIE) Nigeria has filed a N5 billion claim at the Federal High Court in Lagos against four mobile telecommunications operators in Nigeria over their blocking of access to Twitter, in a...

Newspaper Publisher Sues Police, Dangote Petroleum Refinery for N100 Million for Invasion of Its...

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Kings Communications Limited, publisher of Money Management Series (MMS) newspaper, has filed a lawsuit at the Federal High Court in Lagos claiming N100 million as damages against the Nigeria Police and Dangote Petroleum Refinery...