Just when we were beginning to groan due to the brazen flashes of nudity displayed in our music videos, the Nigerian Broadcasting Commission (NBC) as decided to take a stand and ban several videos. The videos banned include:
1. Tillaman ft. Vector- Koma Roll (contains erotic and suggestive dance steps)
2. Wande Coal- Go Low (scenes of nudity in the video)
3. D’Prince – Take Banana (contains erotic, vulgar words and suggestive dance styles)
4. Flavour- Shake (vulgar and suggestive dance steps)
5. Goldie- Ski Bobo (featuring a minor with suggestive and immoral dance steps)
6. Chuddy K- Brazilian Hair (features children and ladies with suggestive and erotic dance steps)
7. Timaya- Shake your Bum bum erotic and suggestive dance steps with vulgar lyrics.
8. Psquare- Alingo (erotic scenes at the end of the musical videos)
The consequence of this ban means that such videos would not be played on local stations. However, NBC cannot regulate foreign stations such as Channel O, MTV Base, Trace and other online content should they choose to play the banned videos. The management of some of these groups have rallied against the ban stating that it was unjustifiable.
What do you think? Did NBC do right to ban these videos or is this a typical case of medicine after death?
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