Media Rights Agenda (MRA), yesterday, called on Federal and state governments as well as law enforcement and security agencies to take adequate measures to protect journalists and other media workers during today’s off-cycle elections in Bayelsa, Imo and Kogi states, saying their ‘’role in providing information about the electoral process is critical in ensuring free, fair and transparent elections.
Media Rights Agenda (MRA) and journalists in southwest have said in order to engender better and more impactful reporting of various issues, particularly those relating to transparency, accountability, good governance and development, stakeholders should put more effort and resources into providing continuous training for journalists. They urged that journalists should be trained in areas such…
We in Media Rights Agenda (MRA) are hereby asking, through this application made pursuant to the Freedom of Information (FOI) Act, 2011, the National Broadcasting Commission (NBC) to provide us with details of the independence reportedly granted by President Muhammadu Buhari...
The Media Rights Agenda (MRA), headquarters in Lagos, was at the weekend burgled by yet-to-be identified intruders, who carted away office equipment such as window systems, laptops and other valuables worth millions of naira.
11 Dec 2022
The Executive Director of Africa Network for Environmental and Economic Justice (ANEEJ), Rev. David Ugolor, yesterday, advocated life imprisonment for corrupt officials.