The 1999 Nigerian Constitution restored democratic rule to Nigeria in 1999 and remains the ‘grundnorm’ currently in force within the country. Every other law in Nigeria must be consistent with the constitution. The fundamental rights of citizens are protected in the Nigerian Constitution.
Freedominfo.org: “the global network of freedom of information advocates” is a one-stop portal that describes best practices, consolidates lessons learned, explains campaign strategies and tactics, and links the efforts of freedom of information advocates around the world. The “Country Info” section contains crucial information on freedom of information laws worldwide and how they were drafted […]
Over 95 countries around the world have implemented some form of freedom of information legislation. This article in Wikipedia provides a list of the countries with Freedom of Information Laws. The relevant legislation is cited, and a link provided where the legislation in question is available online (not always the case). Some commentary provided, but […]