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Monday, January 29, 2018

Olamide's Hit Song 'Science Student' Declared Unfit For Broadcast.

The National Broadcasting Commission (NBC) has issued a ‘Not To Be Broadcast’ (NTBB) warning against rapper Olamide’s hit song ‘Science Student.’





NBC proscribed the song from being broadcast on all radio and television stations.

The Head of Public Affairs, NBC, Hajia Maimuna Jimada confirmed NBC’s stand on the trending song, stating that the regulatory body did not ban the song but considered it unfit for broadcast.

She told Tribune “NBC does not ban music. Our mandate is on what goes on Radio and TV. Olamide’s Science Student has been declared ‘Unfit for broadcast.’

“The profligate mention and the subtle promotion of illegal drugs declared the song unlawful.

“We have communicated all our licensees for compliance or they will face sanctions.”

30 comments:

  1. Haven't heard the song sef...
    Well.. If to say d song no gell, good its ban.

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  2. As much as I like Olamide,his style and music I agree that his lyrics are disturbing

    He promotes all kinds of negative things that the youths are supposed to stay away from

    Talking about weed, tramadol and all kinds of hard drugs
    He has managed to capture a large percentage of the youths with this and it's sad that we are falling for it.

    But my own is that I'm looking for who will teach me the shaku shaku dance. Ok bye!

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    1. Honestly I agree with you. Olamide's lyrics is too bad. Is he not supposed to help reduce the drug abuse by youths? Instead he keeps encouraging them. NBC kudos to you guys

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    2. Do u know the meaning of shakushaku?...

      I pray ur life won't be shakushaku.. :-)


      Mc pinky

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    3. Me dont even understand what he was saying in d lyrics sef bhet ayam enjoying d track and d dance step that came with it. Lool

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    4. Adeniji, I pray your life won't be shaku shaku too
      Say amen!

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    5. You're right. And to think that this guy has got a bit of formal education yet most of his lyrics hardly promotes decency.

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  3. Na wah oh!
    Olamide your village people strong oh
    You too tone down your songs a bit.

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  4. Mtsheeeeew,as if we all depend on broadcast to listen to music😎

    Come and make it unfit on my phone now, mtsheeeeew 😎

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    1. Abi... They will also sanction us for downloading abi.. πŸ˜‚


      Mc pinky

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    2. You are beyond redemption

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    3. I will continue to listen to it,no be only unfit.i like the song and the dance is bae and i've never taken drugs in my life.This stupid banning his music are just uncomfortable cos Olamide is singing about what they do behind close doors

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  5. choi Olamide,village people at work again

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  6. Correct. πŸ‘πŸ‘πŸ‘

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  7. Bad beller . Youth weh wan use drugs go use with or without olamide music

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    1. Exactly my thoughts l. There's no stopping them

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    2. Yet if the NBC does not act you would label them docile and useless.

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    3. Don't mind them as if it's Olamide that is feeding the youths drugs.bad belle people oshiii.They won't face how to make the country better,no fuel,naira is falling everyday,bad roads causing accidents everyday killing people,everything is expensive,no food,no jobs,everything is wrong with Nigeria but na Olamide music dey give them headache

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  8. Just heard the music last night... Science student, was just lafin out loud like..

    won po chemical po,oju ti deti

    O mu tramadol beni my blood tonic

    Abi e n compete pelu Sango Ni..


    So crazy anyway, and truly the song has captured the minds of the youths out there




    Mc pinky

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  9. The song no sweet self,olamide has gotten to dat stage wher he needs to be mindful of public perception of his songs..i mean u cnt see MI com out with any kind of song. but I love baddoo anyway

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  10. I have not heard about it and dont know if i will know the song self.

    Olamide na area boy na. Always behaving like mushin agbero but I sometime love his music.

    Anyway na dem sabi. If he is promoting drug it should be banned

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  11. This guy does nothing but promote all manner of rubbish all in the name of singing ..baba red cup

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  12. 😎😎😎😎

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  13. Abeg Park well,how e take concern you

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  14. Any ungodly music should be banned.kudos NBC

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  15. Dunno about the song, but mere reading that its unfit made me go search n listen to it. Indirectly they just made the song have more viewers.

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  16. Dunno about the song, but mere reading that its unfit made me go search n listen to it. Indirectly they just made the song have more viewers.

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  17. Lol! People wey no sabi their work...

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  18. Shey the song wey don go viral, abi d millions he don make from that song na now NBC just know say make dem ban am... Which way Nigeria

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