Nigerian Artists Slam Planned Ban on Shooting Videos Abroad
Some popular musicians have criticised the government's proposal to stop the production of international music videos, saying the policy will hinder global competitiveness of the music industry.
Guardian, 20 July 2017
The Minister of Information and Culture, Alhaji Lai Mohammed, has denied saying that the Federal Government will ban the production of Nigerian movies and music abroad. Read more »
Daily Trust, 19 July 2017
In an open letter from rapper, Michael Ugochukwu Stephens, popularly known as Ruggedman to the minister of information, Alhaji Lai Mohammed, the minister is being confronted and… Read more »
Premium Times, 18 July 2017
Award winning musician, Peter Okoye of P-Square, has responded to a call for his arrest by an APC youth group over his comment on the plans by the Nigerian government to discourage… Read more »
Nigerian artists Yemi Alade, P-Square and Ruggedman not happy with proposed ban on shooting music videos abroad.
Vanguard, 18 July 2017
Some popular Nigerian musicians like P-Square have criticised the Federal Government's plan to stop the production of Nigerian music videos abroad, saying the policy will hinder… Read more »
Guardian, 18 July 2017
Some popular Nigerian musicians have criticised Federal Government's plan to stop the production of Nigerian music videos abroad, saying the policy will hinder global… Read more »
The government says it has taken steps to amend the Nigeria Broadcasting Code to discourage the production of Nigerian movies and music outside the country. Some entertainers have ... Read more »