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Media Rights Agenda
A non governmental organisation with focus on freedom of expression, access to information and media development/persecutions
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FOI Coalition Feb 16
We can’t provide information on Buhari’s UK treatment –Emefiele, CBN
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Media Rights Agenda Feb 15
Police beat up journalist in Akwa Ibom Assembly complex...
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Media Rights Agenda Feb 12
Replying to @MRA_Nigeria
Media Rights Agenda launched the in July 2017 to draw attention to public officials and institutions that are undermining the effectiveness of the Freedom of Information Act, 2011 through their actions or inactions, decisions or utterances.
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Media Rights Agenda Feb 12
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In addition to facilitating transparency,the FOI Act is an instrument that enables citizens to better access public services & as such, the Ministry has a duty to fully implement the Act in order to enhance the delivery of its services to the citizens -
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Media Rights Agenda Feb 12
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Media Rights Agenda Feb 12
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Media Rights Agenda Feb 12
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Media Rights Agenda Feb 12
Based on records available from the Office of the Attorney-General of the Federation, it is clear that the Ministry had not submitted any report to the Attorney-General since the Act was passed into Law in 2011.
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Media Rights Agenda Feb 12
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The Ministry of Labour has failed to comply with other statutory requirements such as Section 29 of the Act, which places an obligation on the Ministry, to submit an annual report to the Attorney-General of the Federation on its implementation of the Act.
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Media Rights Agenda Feb 12
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Media Rights Agenda Feb 12
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MRA’s Director of Programmes, Mr. Ayode Longe, noted that the Ministry of Labour was in breach of virtually all its obligations under the FOI Act, saying that it has persistently disregarded its duties under the Law with impunity for nearly 7 years
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Media Rights Agenda Feb 12
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Media Rights Agenda (MRA) today named the Federal Ministry of Labour & Employment into its Freedom of Information (FOI) Hall of Shame & criticised the Ministry for continually failing to comply with the FOI Act for the nearly 7years that the Law has been enacted.
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Media Rights Agenda Feb 12
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MRA names Federal Ministry of Labour and Employment into its FOI ‘Hall of Shame’
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Media Rights Agenda Feb 12
MRA names Federal Ministry of Labour and Employment into its FOI ‘Hall of Shame’
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Media Rights Agenda Feb 11
Court urged to compel CBN, others to disclose cost of Buhari’s London treatment...
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Edetaen Ojo Feb 6
"How Oduah, others shared N3.9b airports contracts cash"
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Media Rights Agenda Feb 5
Replying to @MRA_Nigeria
MRA launched the on July 3, 2017 to draw attention to public officials and institutions that are undermining the effectiveness of the Freedom of Information Act, 2011 through their actions, inactions, utterances and decisions.
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