There is a report that the federal government will not easily turn off popular musician Augustine Kelechi, also known as Tekno, after an incident introducing a half-naked woman to a transparent track on Lekki-Ikoyi Link Bridge.
The National Council for Arts and Culture (NCAC), a quasi-state organization of the Federal Ministry of Information and Culture, said that techno will be used as a scapegoat to “teach others serious lessons”.
In a recently released video, techno saw naked women throwing money suspected of being dollars and dancing seductively.
According to the government, techno was even more furious when the video was released.
The transparent track scene that was part of the music video for his new song “Agege” was released on Thursday.
Speaking of Okamba, the techno will be on the watch list, according to Runsewe, he said. NCAC promised to publicize supporters of such types of aggressive sites and videos in Nigeria. "
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He praises the police who arrested Techno for shameful cheating. The same person, who was given bail on health, made progress to release a controversial nude video. Now he has warned him to stop this shameful behavior that is not part of our culture.
“No one is above Nigeria. Whether I like it or not, we use him as a scapegoat and this government is our moral principle, not nonsense and immorality. It sends a strong signal to accept discipline.
“Since aggressive techno scam videos are in the limelight, hundreds of phone calls and SMS in Nigeria's homes and the UK, US, Canada, and elsewhere have been inquiring why such anomalies are acceptable in Nigeria. It was.
“As the investigation is still underway, he released a shameful video, so his actions are a threat to national security and a negative impact on Nigeria's youth, so let him put him on the watch list To notify.
“We are committed to exposing this kind of unpleasant sights and video advocates. We warn that nudity is not part of our culture and should not be tolerated. The federal government will now eliminate such clubs for nude dancers across the country as promoters are prosecuted.