TRENDING: SayNoToSocialMediaBill: Nigerians condemn Senate’s move to regulate social media
The #SayNoToSocialMediaBill was on Friday one of the most trending issues on Twitter in Nigeria.
“It is rather an opportunity to address the growing threats which, if left unchecked, can cause serious damage to our polity and disrupt peaceful existence,” he said.
When the Senate President, Ahmed Lawan, put the debate on the former to a voice vote, a higher number of the lawmakers approved it.
However, Chimaroke Nnamani (PDP, Enugu East) opposed it.
Nigerians fear that this reality might get worse. Some of the commenters are specifically concerned that attention given to the passage of the bill is not redirected to more pressing matters like poverty and unemployment.
I, Joe Abah, #SayNoToSocialMediaBill. It is a grievous infringement on the Constitutional right to free speech. We must be able to speak our minds, even when we are wrong or mistaken, without fear of intimidation, harassment or incarceration by the State.
is part of the useless plot. Citizens should be able to know where the legislator representing them stand on issues. Ask your SENATOR to come out boldly and state their stance on this issue.
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Soon they will restrict you people on what to buy, what to eat, what to wear and where to enter in this country they you people will get sense maybe one of you will be in their custody like the same way they are are treating SOWORE now, then you will get sense Not Nigerians, rather u write some Nigerians.Not in my name to condemn it. I am in support of the Bill.
Only those who can't control themselves on social media kicked against it! All what they are doing is for the third term issue wait and see.
#SayNoToSocialMediaBill Trends On Twitter As Nigerians Reject Proposed Hate Speech Bill | Sahara ReportersSayNoToSocialMediaBill Trends On Twitter As Nigerians Reject Proposed Hate Speech Bill | Sahara Reporters The bill, which was solely sponsored by the Deputy Chief Whip, Sabi Abdullahi, among other penalties seeks death for those the... READ MORE: Twitter Sabi Abdullahi is the name right? Of all bills to sponsor, you chose this. History will remember you. SayNoToSocialMediaBill Twitter Why don't the supreme Court seek death penalty for thieving politicians..Pure Farce! Twitter We must not relent in our opposition to this evil bill. The signs are there though that opposing voices count for nothing, the SP has brazenly declared the assembly as a mere rubber stamp. They do not represent us but exploit us. They will get caught in this web eventually.
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Despite Public Outcry, Social Media Bill Scales Second Reading in Senate - THISDAYLIVEDeji Elumoye in Abuja A bill to regulate the use of social media in Nigeria, entitled, Protection from Internet Falsehood and Manipulations Bill, 2019 (SB.132), yesterday scaled second reading in the Senate, despite the public outcry that greeted its introduction. The bill was, therefore, referred to the Senator Opeyemi Bamidele, All Progressives Congress (APC), Ekiti … It shows how unconcerned our senators are. How would they continue with it when its obvious the people are against it? They are doing what please themselves
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