National Human Rights Commission have rejected the Social Media Bill, Takes Stand With Nigerians

The National Human Rights Commission (NHRC) has kicked against the Protection from Internet Falsehood and Manipulations Bill, otherwise called the Social Media Bill which has scaled second perusing in the Senate, Channels Television has revealed.

As indicated by it’s Executive Secretary, Tony Ojukwu said the commission remains with the resistance of Nigerians while encouraging the individuals who practice their privileges to do as such with alert.

“We remain with Nigerians and we accept that the media space ought to be free, individuals ought to have the option to air their perspectives, in doing as such, and we encourage the individuals who practice their privileges to be aware of the privileges of others.”

The NHRC supervisor asked internet based life clients to demonstrate duties to obligation and guarantee that the privileges of others are not broken.

“In practicing our opportunity to convey what needs be, we accept that those opportunities ought to be communicated and used capably and we won’t empower flighty lead with respect to Nigerians yet we don’t bolster the gaging of Nigerians in any capacity conceivable.

“We encourage internet based life clients to demonstrate duties to obligation and in the event that they surpass their limits, the laws are there for anyone who feels bothered can utilize.”

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