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Falz no ready to follow MURIC warning! BBC Africa.

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Falz no ready to follow MURIC warning! BBC Africa.
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Nigerian Afrobeat musician, Falz, don tok say im no get any plan to remove im 'This is Nigeria' video.

Muslim Rights Concern (MURIC) on Tuesday give Falz seven days to clean di music video or dem go cari am go court.

In fact, di tin don catch fire for Nigeria social media as some pipo tok say di MURIC warning no make sense and odas support di group.

Falz manager, Femisoro Ajayi, tell BBC say wetin dey happen na pipo wey dey try "shoot di messenger".

Since May 25 wen Falz release di video, e don get moredan 4.2 million views for YouTube.

Abeg make una follow the llinks wey dey under for the full tory!

https://www.bbc.com/pidgin/tori-44380344 

 



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Falz opens up why he stopped going to church

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Nigeria superstar Falz the bad guy with the real name Folarin Falana has disclosed why he stopped going to church.

During his album lunch which was attended by his parents, his mum disclosed that his son doesn't go to church any longer and that it borders her. But falz later disclosed to vanguard news that his mother is saying the truth. He said the reason behind the action is that the last time he attended a church service the pastor was addressing him in particular thereby putting unnecessary pressure on him, he said the pastor even called him out to the pulpit for him to talk to others. He believes all this was being done because of his celebrity status but that he prefers where everyone will be treated the same way. The church is for everyone he said regardless of your status so everybody deserves to be preached to he said. Finally he said he is still a Christian and loves the things of God

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Falz Sues NBC Because Of Ban Placed On His Song;This Is Nigeria

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The Barrister cum Singer Mr Folarin Falana who is popularly known as Falz, has filed papers in court challenging the ban placed by the National Broadcasting Commission (NBC) on his song, "This is Nigeria".

The court documents were filed through Falz's lawyers, Adepetun Caxton-Martins Agbor & Segun (ACAS-Law), on November, 6, 2018, three months after the NBC sent a letter to JODAJ Global Communications Limited in Jos sanctioning them for playing Falz's song, "This Is Nigeria" and banning the song from being played on radio, along with other songs.

It will be recalled that In the letter sent by NBC  to JODAJ Global Communications Limited, NBC stated that the reason for banning This Is Nigeria is that the lyrics are vulgar and in contravention of the NBC Code. A lot of Nigerians, including celebrities, criticized NBC for the ban, stating it was ridiculous, but the ban was upheld.

Though, Falz hinted in an interview granted in August that he would write to the NBC to seek a justification for the ban and if necessary, seek legal redress in the courts. He has now followed through on his words by taking legal action against the regulatory body.

The Originating Summons reveals that Falz is seeking, among other things, for:

1. A declaration that the Defendant’s prohibition of the Plaintiff’s song titled "This Is Nigeria" from being aired by the Nigerian media outfits on the pretext that same is laced with vulgar lyrics is in flagrant breach of the Plaintiff’s right to the freedom of thought, conscience and expression as guaranteed under Sections 38 and 39 of the Constitution of the Federal Republic of Nigeria, 1999 (as amended) and to that extent, such prohibition is unconstitutional, null and void.

2. An Order of this Honourable Court setting aside and/or vacating the decision of the Defendant as contained in the letter dated 6th August 2018 and lifting the ban or proscription of the use of the Plaintiff’s song titled, "This Is Nigeria" by any and all Nigerian media outfit/organizations.

3. The sum of N100,000,000 (One Hundred Million Naira to the Plaintiff on the footing of aggravated and exemplary damages for the wrongful and unconstitutional acts of the Defendant.

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NBC BANS FALZ , WANDE COAL AND OLAMIDE'S SONGS

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Nigeria Broadcasting Cooperation (NBC) has banned popular Nigeria rappers Falz D Bad guy and Olamide's song, in addition is the ban of pop artist, Wande Coal's song. This is Nigeria by Falz, Iskaba by Wande Coal and See Mary, See Jesus by Olamide were all banned from radio and TV stations by NBC due to what they called vulgar and indescent lyrics.

A radio station in Jos was recently fined #100,000 for airing these songs after the ban. This is not the first time NBC will be placing a ban on popular Nigerian artists, Olamide is a regular on the list of NBC, it can be recalled that his hit titled "WO" was also banned.

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