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NCC impounds illegal equipment used to steal DSTV signals

Tuesday 22 March 2016 | 14:46 CET | News
The Nigeria Copyright Commission (NCC) has impounded illegal broadcast and transmission devices valued at about NGN 3.5 million in Enugu, NAN reported. The seizure was made when the Anti-Transmission Piracy of the commission raided spots for the devices at Obiagu Road, Achara Layout and the Ogui area of the city.

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Companies: MultiChoice
Countries: Nigeria
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