Tiwa Savage reacts to the ban of her song ‘Tiwa’s Vibe’

Mavin’s first lady and superstar, Tiwa Savage, has reacted to the ban of her song ‘Tiwa’s vibe’.

Tiwa Savage reacts to the ban of her song ‘Tiwa’s Vibe’ lailasnews

The singer who expressed surprise over the ban which stops her song from being played in local stations, felt it was all because she said ‘shayo’, a Nigerian slang for ‘alcohol’. Tiwa Savage ended up asking if alcohol isn’t legal.

Here are her Insta-story posts;

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Few months ago, the National Broadcasting Corporation also banned five Nigerian songs having tagged them as “Not to be Broadcasted.”

The banned songs are Olamide‘s “Wo” and “Wavy Level“; Davido‘s “Fall” and “If (Remix)“; and 9ice’s “Living Things.” The corporation released the list on Tuesday, saying it has banned the 5 songs from being aired across the Nigerian airwaves.

The Federal Ministry of Health had in a tweet on Friday said that the video to Olamide’s “Wo” violated the Tobacco Control Act 2015. According to the 2015 law, anyone who violates the law faces the risk of a fine and jail term of not more than one year.

“This is our position: video contravenes the act. Innocently or otherwise Tobacco Promotion Advertising Sponsorship is banned in all forms.”

The federal government, through the Ministry of Health, had launched a campaign to ban smoking in public places including motor parks, shopping malls and health care centres.

The Health Ministry, in a communiqué, said according to Section 9 of the Nigeria Tobacco Control Act 2015, once convicted, offenders are liable to a fine of at least N50, 000 and/or six months’ imprisonment. Tweeting the information via its official Twitter page, the Ministry of Health claimed that the video, which features ghetto scenes in which youth are seen smoking, encourages second-hand smoking.

Defending the decision at the time, the NBC said the song was banned from being played on the airwaves for its ‘obscenity, being indecent, vulgar languages, lewd and profane expressions like ‘wa gba ponron’, ‘I just want to hit you now’, ‘je kin wo be…”

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