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NBC revokes licences of AIT, Silverbird TV, others

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THE National Broadcasting Commission (NBC) has revoked the broadcast licences of Silverbird TV, AIT, Raypower FM, Rhythm FM and other stations.

NBC Director General Balarabe Shehu said the development followed the stations’ failure to renew their broadcast licences.

Shehu directed the Commission’s state offices to liaise with security agencies to ensure the shutdown of the operations of the stations within the next 24 hours.

Details later…

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