MultiChoice, DSTV/Gotv to Shut Down Operation in June

The Federal Government may have notified the management of
MultiChoice DSTV/GOTV that their operations, in Nigeria, will come to an end in
2019 as their license expires June next year.

According to a letter to that effect issued, on Tuesday, by the Nigerian
Broadcasting Corporation(NBC), the license issued to them in 2014 by NBC will
not be renewed because it was not in line with Digital Switch Over (DSO) White
Paper.

If Multichoice DSTV/GOTV will ever operate in Nigeria again after expiration
of its license, the only option left for them is to go to licensed Signal
Distribution company, that is Pinnacle Communications Ltd or ITS.

GOTV has been accused of being used as a conduit to siphon foreign exchange
from Nigeria by its parent company, South African Multi Choice DSTV.

More details are still coming… In as much as it is
MultiChoice and Federal Government, they’ll always find a way to cure their
mess.
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21 thoughts on “MultiChoice, DSTV/Gotv to Shut Down Operation in June

  1. Lol. That's what I heard, but as far as Nigeria is concerned, the company will use their money to settle everything. Even government themselves are using Dstv so they can't let it. Funny country

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