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Nigerian govt won’t allow Multichoice hike DSTV subscriptions, says CPC

By Oak TV
29 August 2018   |   11:37 am
The Nigerian Consumer Protection Council (CPC) has insisted it would not accept a recent hike in the subscription of DSTV packages by its operator, Multichoice.

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