Nba, Twitter Ban

Nba, Twitter Ban

Twitter ban: NBA’s suit against FG continues Oct 4 - Punch Newspapers

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7/28/2021 4:41:00 PM

Twitter ban: NBA ’s suit against FG continues Oct 4 - Punch Newspapers

The most widely read newspaper in Nigeria

28 July 2021The Federal High Court sitting in Ikoyi, Lagos, has adjourned till October 4, 2021 the suit filed by the Nigerian Bar Association against the Federal Government.Following the ban on the use of Twitter and the threat to prosecute users by the Federal Government on June 4, the Publicity Secretary of the NBA, Rapulu Nduka, explained that the overall constriction of the civic space by policies and directives of the Federal Government and its agencies caused the NBA to file the suit against the government.

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The suit, which was filed on June 18, challenged the constitutionality and overall legality of the policies and directives of the Federal Government.The court papers in suit number FHC/L/CS/613/202 named the President, Major General Muhammadu Buhari (retd.); the Attorney-General of the Federation and Minister of Justice, Abubakar Malami; the Minister of Information and Culture, Lai Mohammed; and the Nigerian Communications Commission as the first to fourth defendants.

The court papers were signed by the NBA’s seven-member legal team led by Dr Charles Mekwunye. Read more: The Punch Newspapers »

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Twitter Ban: Court Fixes Date to Hear Nigerian Bar Association’s Suit Against Buhari Government | Sahara ReportersThe body is also seeking a declaration that the ban affects the businesses, employments and economic activities of lawyers and Nigerians generally Case won automatically because baba is above the law

FG deploys 9,100 corpers in North-West, gunmen kill 344, abduct 430 July - Punch NewspapersFG deploys 9,100 corpers in N’West, gunmen kill 344, abduct 430 July - Punch Newspapers Nothing is working in Nigeria. If you are a serving corp member and are deployed to North west kindly decline your service for that year if you have tried ur best to relocate. Let those who are from the north west serve in their region. You're a fuul if you spent your precious life in uni and accept to serve your father land in the north. I repeat you're a fuuu The headline made my heart skip for a second until I opened the article.

Fresh varsity strike looms, FG, ASUU resume fight on payment platformsThe Federal Government on Tuesday denied allegations that it had breached agreements it reached with the Academic Staff Union of Universities. But him don release billions for ranching in katsina .... How do you politely tell your visitor that it is time to start going? Follow and RT E nor go better for una two 😭

Why governments love (and loathe) twitter - Punch NewspapersThe most widely read newspaper in Nigeria They love it in other to push their political lies and propaganda and hate it when the citizens of Nigeria use it to hold them accountable or to expose them to the world as CRIMINALS.

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Open grazing ban: Delta herders reject 5,000sqm provided in bill - Punch NewspapersThe most widely read newspaper in Nigeria I honestly applaud Delta State for even providing some parcel of land for herders. Open grazing is archaic Why bother providing land for what is a private business? These Deltan lawmakers dey useless. Expunge that portion of the bill and get these fools to acquire land for their business I don't understand this headline