Abuja – Ms Ene Nwankpa, an official of Right to Know, Nigeria (R2K), a civil society organisation has encouraged Nigerians to demand transparency and accountability from their public servants.
Nwankpa, in an interview on Saturday in Abuja said that Freedom of Information (FOI) act was a tool which empowered the citizens to demand for their right. She urged the public to start to access information through the act, saying “it is the right of the citizens to follow up information on the extent of development in their communities.
March 2018, Abuja: The Federal government is to kick start the ranking of the websites of Ministries, Departments and Agencies (MDAs) of the Federal Government. The scorecard ranking is being introduced as an essential peer review mechanism. This is to ensure that information on MDAs is readily available and disseminated accordingly to the populace.
As part of its activities to mark the 2nd Edition of the celebration of the Universal Access To Information (ATI) Day every 28th September as designated by UNESCO, Right To Know (R2K), Nigeria has released with the support of MacArthur Foundation, a Compliance Assessment Report 2017, an update edition of the initial 2016 Report.
Today marks the 2nd Edition of the celebration of the Universal Access to Information day, as designated by UNESCO. As part of its contribution to the worldwide commemoration and monitoring role it plays in Nigeria; Right To Know (R2K), Nigeria, an Access to Information activism NGO has released an update-assessment report on the level of compliance by public institutions in Nigeria with two key provisions of the Freedom of Information Act (FOI); notably, Section 2(3 &4) relating to the provision on Proactive Disclosure—and Section 29 (1,2 &3) obligating an FOI Annual Submission to the Office of the Attorney-General of the Federation (AGF) on or before every first of the month of February.
Marking the global Right to Know Day, The Right to Know (R2K), Nigeria today released a Proactive Disclosure Assessment (PDA) Report on the status of public sector compliance with the obligation to proactively discloseinformation underNigeria’s Freedom of Information (FOI) Act, 2011. The assessment was carried out over the course of 11 months, from February 2014 to December 2014.