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Media Rights Agenda

Court Acquits Agba Jalingo of Terrorism, Cybercrime Charges

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A Federal High Court sitting in Calabar, Cross River State, presided over by Justice Ijeoma Ojukwu has discharged and acquitted Nigerian journalist and activist, Mr. Agba Jalingo, on charges of alleged treasonable felony, terrorism,...

ECOWAS Court Consolidates 4 Suits Against Nigerian Government Over Twitter Ban, Extends Interim Order

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Friday, 9 July, 2021: The ECOWAS Community Court in Abuja today renewed its interim order barring the Federal Government of Nigeria from imposing sanctions on any media house or harassing, intimidating, arresting or prosecuting...

ECOWAS Court Dismisses Nigerian Government’s Motion to Strike out Suits over Twitter Ban, Sets...

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The ECOWAS Community Court of Justice has dismissed a motion by Federal Government of Nigeria seeking to prevent it from delivering its judgment and to strike out the four consolidated suits filed by Media...

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...

Court Upbraids Sports Ministry for Breaching FOI Act, Orders it to Pay Journalist N1...

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A Federal High Court in Abuja has upbraided the Federal Ministry of Youth and Sports Development for breaching obligations legally imposed on it by the Freedom of Information Act and ordered it to pay...

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...

UN High Commissioner for Human Rights Says Any  Internet Shutdown Should...

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Internet shutdowns restrict human rights and any such shutdown should be subject to prior authorization by a court or another independent adjudicatory body, to...