Why FG increased hate speech fine from N5 Hundred Thousand to N5 Million
By Guardian Exclusive
08 August 2020 | 12:30 pm
On Inside Suff today, Martin Oloja discusses why FG increases hate speech fine from N500,000 to N5 million. The Federal Government on Tuesday, August 4, 2020, announced the increase of fine for hate speech from N500 to N5 million.
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