You Are Very Dumb For Making That Statement – Comedian Warris Lambasts NMC Boss Over Comment On Spiritualists

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Ghanaian Comedian Abdul Waris Umaru has rained insults on Mr. Yaw Boadu-Ayeboafo, chairman of the National Media Commission(NMC) for says spiritualists are not to blame for recent Kasoa ritual murder case. Comedian Waris called the NMC chairman ‘lame and dumb’ for publicly making such uneducated comment. The comedian who appeared very emotional quizzed why Mr. … Read more

‘The Spiritualists On TV Did Nothing Wrong, Only Lazy Minds Will Blame Them’ – NMC Boss Sparks Controversy

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Mr Yaw Boadu-Ayeboafo, The Chairman of the National Media Commission (NMC), is of the strong believe that it is wrong to attribute the murder of 10-year-old Ishmael at Kasoa to Spiritualists On TV. Since news broke on the Kasoa murder case last Saturday, many have cried that Spiritualists, money doublers and fake pastors be banned … Read more

“We Do Not Have The Authority To Ban Fake Pastors, Mallams and Fetish Priests From Operating On Tv” – NMC

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The National Media Commission has declared that they do not have the power to ban spiritualists from operating or advertising their works on Tv. There had been various news items on portals and other social media platforms which indicated that effective Friday 1st May 2020, the national media commission will issue a ban on mallams … Read more

Ice TV To Head To Court Over NMC Order To Stop Airing P*rn

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NMC Chairman – Kwasi Gyan-Apenteng

Ice TV are not taking the NMC decision to ban the airing of p*rn on their channel lightly, threatening to head to court to seek clarification of the NMC rule.

The media regulatory agency issued a directive to three tv stations – TV XYZ and Thunder TV being the other two – to cease airing p*rn or risk losing their licences.

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National Media Commission Orders Three TV Stations To Stop Showing P*rn

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NMC Chairman – Kwasi Gyan-Apenteng

The three tv stations which air p*rn have been ordered by the National Media Commission to cease immediately.

In a statement issued by the Commission, the regulatory agency says the airing of s*xual intercourse is banned within its regulations for broadcasting content in Ghana.

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Supreme Court Justice Wants Telenovelas And Explicit S*x Scenes Regulated On Ghana Television

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Supreme Court Justice Anin Yeboah has called on the National Media Commission (NMC) to be more stringent in regulating content which erodes the moral fabric of the youth of this country.

Speaking at the swearing in of new members of the Commission, Justice Yeboah pointed towards the influx of telenovelas as examples of what he was talking about, as well as the increase in showing s*x scenes.

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