Lagos commences review of Newspaper Law

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The Lagos State government says it has started the process of reviewing the existing Newspaper Law in the state.

The State’s Commissioner for Information and Strategy, Mr. Steve Ayorinde, disclosed this on Tuesday to newsmen at a press conference on the activities of his ministry in the past one year.
Ayorinde described the existing Newspaper Law in the state as obsolete, saying that the review was necessary.

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He said, “In views of the realisation that the State Newspaper Cap Law is obsolete, the state government has commenced the process of reviewing existing Newspaper Law Cap No2 of 2003 with a view to making it more effective and in tune with modern reality.

“…You can’t operate as a print and not be registered with the ministry. The media space has been going through transformation and the review is in line with the changes in the media space.”

 

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