Nigeria Fines Broadcasters Over BBC Bandit Documentary

[The Africa news - Africa] - 5/08/2022
Nigerian regulators have fined three broadcasters the equivalent of $12,000 each for airing a BBC documentary about bandit militias who raid villages and carry out mass kidnappings for ransom in the country's northwest. The National Broadcasting Commission said in a press release on Wednesday (...)
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