We Did Not Ban Shoki - NBC Reveals

Turns out we all got it twisted and Lil Kesh’s Shoki has not been banned.

Following up on the reports received that Lil Kesh’s song was banned by the Nigerian Broadcasting corporation, the NBC has revealed they have not banned the song.

In a series of tweets, NBC via their official twitter page mentioned specifically that they did not ban the song but had only restricted radio stations from playing the club version of it during family time, which is when kids have access to all media.......


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