Here are today's trending news WE WONT WATCH IMO BECOME KILLING FIELD - APC The All Progressive Congress (APC), has condemned the attack on the home town of the Governor of Imo State, Hope Uzodinma, as reported by Punch.In a statement signed by the Caretaker, Extraordinary Convention Planning, John James Akpanudoedehe, the party condemned the attacks on police personnel and government institutions in the south east regions.
Nigeria is currently battling with insecurity in the different geopolitical zones of the country.Of recent, there has been increase in crime wave that has left the ordinary citizen bewildered.The Northern part of the country was first affected while the West and East enjoyed the peaceful nature of their environment.
FG Suspends Channels TV For Interviewing IPOB.The federal government has suspended a leading media outfit in Nigeria, Channels Television.The authorities also announced a fine N5 million for breach of the broadcast code.In a letter by National Broadcasting Commission (NBC), Acting Director-General, Armstrong Idachaba, complained about the Channels 7pm live broadcast programme of Sunday, April 25, 2021.
A video emerged showing a man answering questions from police after he was arrested.Henry Alias Japan who hailed from Isu local government area of Imo state had revealed what Biafran agitators promised them after the project was successful.In the video, Japan said he joined the Eastern Security Network coded as ESN three years ago and before joining the group he and others were promised to get paid and that their children would be trained.
Kaduna Govt Visits Families Of Slain Student The Kaduna State government has sent delegation to sympathise with the families of the three students of Greenfield University, who were killed after been abducted by bandits in the University.The commissioner of education in the state, Shehu Muhammed led the team to the families of the three students.
Hajia Maryam Laid To Rest Hajia Maryam Ado Bayero, mother of the Emir of Kano and Bichi Emirates, has been laid to rest.The burial rites, which held at Kano Emir’s Palace, Kofar Kudu Kano, had Governor Abdullahi Ganduje and other top government functionaries in attendance.
A mild battle is currently underway amongst South East Governors and leaders over the existence of two security outfits in the region.There are currently two security outfits in play in the South East region.In December 12 2020 Nnamdi Kanu, the leader of Independent People Of Biafra (IPOB) announced the formation of the Eastern Security Network.
Channels TV Has Apologised For Breach Of Broadcasting Code - NBC The National Broadcasting Commission (NBC) on Tuesday said Channels Television has apologised over its infraction of the broadcasting code.NBC’s Director of Public Affairs, Mrs Franca Aiyetan, made this statement in an interview with the News Agency of Nigeria (NAN), on Tuesday in Abuja.
It has been gathered by sources, that the Governor of Imo State, Governor Hope Uzodimma has presented another 100 vehicles fitted with gadgets to the operatives of the State's security outfit, code-named Operation Search and Flush.However, this makes it a total number of 200, such vehicles so far donated to the security agencies in Imo State by the administration of Hope Uzodimma, since he assumed office in January 15, 2020.
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The Federal Government has directed the National Broadcasting Commission (NBC), to suspend Channels Television for breaching the broadcast code.This comes following the receiving of a member of the Indigenous People of Biafra (IPOB), Emmanuel Powerful, who is the Media and Publicity Secretary to the group on the TV station for a live broadcast programme on Sunday, 25th April, 2021.
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The Nigerian widely viewed television broadcast organization, Channels TV has been suspended by The National Broadcasting Commission, NBC over the life interview it granted Mr. Emma Powerful, the Media and Publicity Secretary of the proscribed Indigenous People of Biafra, IPOB.In a letter sent to Channels TV owned by renowned broadcast journalist, Mr. John Momoh, the station was also fined 5 million Naira for breaking the broadcast code of the Federal Republic of Nigeria.
NBC Suspends And Fine Channels TV Channels Television has been suspended by the National Broadcasting Commission (NBC) and fined N5 million for breaching the broadcast code.The Commission, in a letter signed by the Acting Director General of the Commission, NBC, Prof. Armstrong Idachaba, referred to Channels Television's 7pm live broadcast programme on Sunday, April 25th, 2021, in which it accused the TV station of allowing a leader of the Indigenous People of Biafra, IPOB, to make secessionist and inciting declarations on air without the Commission's permission.
Fani-Kayode, a former Aviation minister has condemned the suspension of Channels Television by the National Broadcasting Commission, for breaching the broadcast code.It will be recalled that Emma Powerful, was featured on the popular ChannelsTV programme, 'Sunday Politics', where he discussed the recent insecurity developments in Imo state and the killing if the commander of the military wing if the IPOB, known as ESN.
Nigerians are reacting to the suspension of Channels Television by the National Broadcasting Commission (NBC) for breaching the broadcast code following the interview conducted with the spokesperson of the Indigenous People Of Biafra.NBC equally fined Channels TV to the tune of N5 million for speaking with IPOB spokesperson, Emma Powerful following the killing of IPOB Commander, Ikonso by Nigeria security forces in Imo State.
The National Broadcasting Commission (NBC), has suspended the Channels Television and fined the Television station N5 million, for going against the national broadcast code.The Channels Television, on Sunday April 25, aired one of the leaders of the Indigenous People Of Biafra (IPOB), on it’s station during it’s 7pm live broadcast programme.
Femi Fani Kayode, a Nigeria Lawyer has outrightly condemned the decision of Nigeria Broadcasting Cooperation on Sanctioning Channel TV for Interviewing Mr. Emma Powerful.Following what happened a few days ago and how the Imo Governor's house was burnt and the killing of Ikonso by the Nigerian security, Channel TV dimmed it fit to ask few questions to Mr. Emma Powerful, concerning how they feel and what will happen.
According to the latest news which revealed Channel Television has been suspended with a fine of N5 million for breaching the broadcast code by The National Broadcasting Commission (NBC).The statement was signed by Prof. Armstrong Idachaba, the Acting Director General of the Commission, NBC accusing the TV for interviewing the leader of Indigenous people of Biafra on a live program on Sunday, 25th April 2021.
Group Threatens To Sue NBC Over Suspension Of Channels TV Ahuman rights group, One Love Foundation has called on the National Broadcasting Commission (NBC) to reverse the suspension of Channels TV over an alleged breach the broadcast code.The station was accused of allowing a leader of the Indigenous People of Biafra (IPOB), Emma Powerful to make secessionist and inciting declarations on air without being cautioned or reprimanded by the station contrary to the broadcast code.