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SERAP Holds Interactive Session On Media Freedom: Constitutionality, Legality of the Cybercrime In Nigeria

EXECUTIVE DIRECTOR OF SERAP, ADETOKUNBO MUMUNI
By Francis Iwuchukwu, Lagos 

A Lagos-based human rights group, Socio-Economic Rights and Accountability Project (SERAP), will on June 11, 2019 hold an Interactive Session on Media Freedom: Constitutionality and Legality of the Cybercrime in Nigeria.

In a statement issued by SERAP through its deputy director, Kolawole Oluwadare, “The Media roundtable aims to bring together journalists both in the print and News Media, Nigeria Union of Journalists, Online Media Association of Nigeria, Nigerian Guild of Editors, Bloggers, Law Enforcement Agencies (LEAs),  Judiciary, ministries, departments and agencies, Nigerian Bar Association, and civil society organizations to discuss the right to freedom of expression, media freedom and the constitutionality and legality of the Cybercrime Act in Nigeria.

“The roundtable will discuss ways of addressing the threats, harassment and intimidation faced by Journalists and media practitioners including bloggers etc, since the passage of Cybercrime Act in 2015 till date.

“The conclusions and recommendations at the roundtable will be sent to the appropriate agencies and other concerned authorities, as well as international human rights bodies.”

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