by Stanley Azuakola
The National Broadcasting Commission (NBC) has wielded the big stick on Wande Coal’s latest video for Go low less than two weeks after its release. The video, which features scantily clad ladies, has been banned by the National Broadcasting Commission.
The video, directed ,and shot by Mr. Moe Musa in the UK, had already been the target of some criticism from pop gospel singer, Kenny St Best (KSB). KSB had blasted Wande Coal and Don Jazzy, the CEO of Mavin Records, for using their videos which “usually features half-naked ladies,” to promote more damage than good. She blamed the NBC for not living up to its responsibilities.
It appears that the NBC was listening to her as it has now included the Go Low video in the no-no list. The NTBB (not to be broadcast) ban however does not stop the video from being played on cable stations, as the restriction only covers its broadcast on ‘Free-to-air’ TV stations.
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