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Releasing skits, music videos without our classification an offence

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The National Films and Videos Censors Board (NFVCB) has warned that releasing music videos, skits and films without its classification is an offence.
The NFVCB Director General, Shaibu Husseini in an interview with newsmen, announced the extension of the board’s classification requirements to include music videos and skits.
He also announced a collaboration with relevant security agencies to track any defaulting individuals and production companies to ensure that they face the full length of the law.

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