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IPOB: ‘Where is one Nigeria’ – Nigerians react to suspension of Channels TV

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Extra reactions have continued to path the suspension of Channels TV by the Nigerian Authorities.

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DAILY POST studies that the TV station was suspended and fined by the Nationwide Broadcasting Fee, NBC, for permitting a pacesetter of the Indigenous folks of Biafra, IPOB, to make secessionist and inciting declarations on air with out warning.

The choice has since stirred reactions as some Nigerians described the motion by NBC as unconstitutional and oppression of the media.

Some Nigerians who vented their anger on Twitter, accused the Buhari-led authorities of favoritism whereas questioning the existence of ‘one Nigeria’

Making reference to Channels TV interviews with Miyetti Allah, Sheik Gumi, some Nigerians accused the current authorities of selling inequality and widening the hole of disunity within the nation.

Listed below are some feedback gathered by DAILY POST from Twitter;

@Uncle_Ajala “ NBC fined Channels TV a sum of N5 million for breaching the printed code by interviewing IPOB consultant. Channels TV interviewed Miyetti Allah guys a number of instances, no superb or sanctions by NBC, one Nigeria is certainly a joke that’s not humorous.”

@OladiranOyewale “ When leaders of Miyetti Allah declared battle on farmers on this identical Channels TV, it was not suspended, however when that of IPOB was aired, it grew to become a taboo to listen to their views. Na wa o. Are we one Nigeria?

@Jaggarniyu “ With all that has been taking place in Nigeria plus the superb that Channels TV has been slammed with, it’s apparent that this administration recognises just one tribe because the supreme tribe. The remainder of us are second class residents and it appears the Igbos have it worse.”

@Sodiqtade “ Miyetti Allah as soon as threatened the unity of this nation on Channels TV and the clowning NBC didn’t say a factor. The identical NBC is now pretending to be proactive by suspending the identical TV for interviewing IPOB. That is all you want to find out about right this moment’s Nigeria underneath Buhari.”

@Scad_official “ If NBC can droop Channels TV that has gained finest TV station for over 10 years as a result of they interviewed IPOB chief, I’m afraid that what we observe is audio freedom of speech. You’re shocked Jack picked Ghana over Nigeria? There you go.”

@Nefertiti “ However when Miyetti Allah visitor speaker threatened Nigerians on the identical Channels TV, NBC didn’t act. The goose and gander usually are not equal. WE GET THE MESSAGE LOUD & CLEAR!! OH YES.

@Oduduwar “ Interviewing MiyettI Allah terrorist group by Channels TV is a journalistic responsibility however speaking to an IPOB chief is tantamount to aiding and inspiring secession. Buhari authorities is the federal government of the terrorist, by the terrorist and for the terrorist.”

@FestusGreen “ Channels TV supplied their platform to Miyetti Allah, a terrorist group that has was ranked “the fourth deadliest terror group on this planet” by the USA. Nigeria Broadcasting Fee NBC, did nothing.Similar NBC banned Channels for interviewing IPOB. Terrorist authorities.”

@Mr Freeman “ Injustice can by no means make Nigeria transfer ahead as a result of fulanis are controlling every little thing what do you suppose, when Sheik Gumi was interviewed with bandits they didn’t ban them.”

@AyoBankole “ With the suspension of Channels TV, all patriotic Nigerians residing in Nigeria, who want a greater Nigeria and converse or advocate for it, should be scared for his or her security and future. Nobody is secure. There isn’t any pretense to it anymore. The worst half is that the world doesn’t care.”

@ObinnaEzea “ There’s no different factor this inept, callous, Boko Haram sympathiser, clueless authorities gained’t do to subdue everybody nevertheless it shall come to an finish at some point.”

@Judeobiora4 “ It’s laughable that this folks on this current authorities are imply in destroying every little thing in Nigeria. Time shall inform.”

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