Lagos begins collection of '5% levy' as Iroko gets notice to pay for content distribution, streaming
4 Sep 2020
Despite seeming outrage that followed the announcement by the Lagos State government to start charging a 5% levy on all contents produced in the state, the government has issued a seven-day ultimatum to Iroko TV to comply. IrokoTV is a Lagos-based digital platform that provides paid-for Nigerian films on demand. In a letter dated August…
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