Lagos - The Nigerian Broadcasting Cooperation (NBC) has denied that they banned Lil Kesh’s hit single Shoki.
Following reports by radio on air personality Toolz that NBC had banned the track.
NBC has responded through its official Twitter account said that the club version of the song should not be played during the ‘Family belt’.
The broadcast regulator insisted that a club version of the song being played around 9 am on Radio or Television goes against the broadcast code.
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The NBC statement said that they sanctioned they sanction radio stations for playing the club version during family time.
The ban by NBC was made known on Twitter by on air personality Toolz on September 17.
Toolz wrote on her page , ‘No way! NBC just banned Shoki!!! Ahhhh shoki!’ she then added
“Apparently shoki means ‘Quickie’ in yoruba…never heard that before’.
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