I’ll keep pushing for passage of Social Media Bill, says Senator Sani Musa
10 March 2020 | 1:02 pm
The Senator representing Niger East Senatorial District and Sponsor of the Protection from Internet Falsehoods and Manipulations bill fondly called Hate Speech bill on Monday at the public hearing on the bill held at the National Assembly Complex Conference Hall has said he will keep pushing for its establishment whether it passes or not.
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