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Media Rights Agenda Inducts National Hospital, Abuja into its ‘FOI Hall of Shame’

Media Rights Agenda Inducts National Hospital, Abuja into its ‘FOI Hall of Shame’

🕔10:30, 11.Dec 2017

LAGOS, Monday, December 11, 2017: For its multiple violations of the provisions of the Freedom of Information (FOI) Act, including its poor record-keeping practices, Media Rights Agenda (MRA) today inducted the National Hospital in Abuja into the “FOI Hall of

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Lagos Appeals Court Ruling on Applicability of FOI Act to the State

Lagos Appeals Court Ruling on Applicability of FOI Act to the State

🕔15:03, 7.Dec 2017

LAGOS, December 7, 2017: The Lagos State Government has lodged an appeal at the Court of Appeal in Lagos seeking to set aside the ruling of an Ikeja High Court in Lagos, which held that the Freedom of Information (FOI)

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MRA Inducts Standards Organisation of Nigeria into ‘FOI Hall of Shame’

🕔09:35, 4.Dec 2017

LAGOS, December 4, 2017:  The Standards Organisation of Nigeria (SON) was today named by Media Rights Agenda (MRA) as this week’s inductee into its “Freedom of Information (FOI) Hall of Shame” for its failure to comply with the provisions of

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Lagos High Court Rules FOI Act Applicable to Lagos State

Lagos High Court Rules FOI Act Applicable to Lagos State Updated

🕔09:29, 29.Nov 2017

LAGOS, November 29, 2017: A Lagos High Court, sitting in the Ikeja Judicial Division, ruled on November 28, 2017 that the Freedom of Information (FOI) Act, 2011 is applicable to the Government of Lagos State and does not require “domestication”

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MRA Inducts Bureau of Public Enterprises into ‘FOI Hall of Shame’

MRA Inducts Bureau of Public Enterprises into ‘FOI Hall of Shame’ Updated

🕔10:17, 27.Nov 2017

LAGOS, Monday, 27 November 2017: Media Rights Agenda (MRA) today inducted the Bureau of Public Enterprises (BPE) into its Freedom of Information (FOI) Hall of Shame, citing the violation of various provisions of the FOI Act, 2011 by the Bureau,

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MRA Inducts TETFund into ‘FOI Hall of Shame’, Says It Demonstrates Contempt for the Law

MRA Inducts TETFund into ‘FOI Hall of Shame’, Says It Demonstrates Contempt for the Law Updated

🕔09:24, 20.Nov 2017

Lagos, Monday, November 20, 2017: Media Rights Agenda today inducted the Tertiary Education Trust Fund (TETFund) into its Freedom of Information (FOI) Hall of Shame for the institution’s failure to comply with its duties and obligations under the FOI Act,

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Media Rights Agenda Inducts NECO into ‘FOI Hall of Shame’ Updated

🕔08:20, 13.Nov 2017

Lagos, Monday, November 13, 2017: The National Examinations Council (NECO) emerged today as this week’s inductee into the Freedom of Information (FOI) Hall of Shame as Media Rights Agenda (MRA) accused it of consistently failing to implement the FOI Act

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Media Rights Agenda Calls on Federal Government to Halt Clampdown on Online Media

Media Rights Agenda Calls on Federal Government to Halt Clampdown on Online Media Updated

🕔14:59, 6.Nov 2017

Lagos, Monday, November 6, 2017: Media Rights Agenda (MRA) has called on the Federal Government to halt its reported efforts to shut down online newspapers, blogs and websites perceived to constitute a “threat to national security”. Describing the move as

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NHIS Becomes 19th Inductee into ‘FOI Hall of Shame’

NHIS Becomes 19th Inductee into ‘FOI Hall of Shame’ Updated

🕔10:20, 6.Nov 2017

Lagos, Monday, November 6, 2017: Media Rights Agenda (MRA) today named as this week’s inductee into its “Freedom of Information (FOI) Hall of Shame” the National Health Insurance Scheme (NHIS), an agency established by the Federal Government to provide easy

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MRA Inducts Federal Ministry of Agriculture into ‘FOI Hall of Shame’

MRA Inducts Federal Ministry of Agriculture into ‘FOI Hall of Shame’

🕔09:43, 30.Oct 2017

Lagos, Monday, October 30, 2017: Media Rights Agenda (MRA) today inducted the Federal Ministry of Agriculture and Rural Development (FMARD) into its Freedom of Information (FOI) Hall of Shame as it indicted the institution for its failure to implement the

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