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15 Mar 2020
Nigerian army affirms support for social media bill.
14 Mar 2020
The Nigerian Communications Commission (NCC), Nigerian Union of Journalists (NUJ), PLAC, Civil Society groups and institutions have openly rejected the Protection from Internet Falsehoods and Manipulations bill popularly known as Social Media/Hate speech bill.
25 Nov 2019
Senator representing Niger East senatorial district, Senator Mohammed Sani Musa, has said the controversial Social Media Bill currently before the Nigerian Senate, will not restrain Journalists nor obstruct rights to free speech by Nigerians.

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