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UCC suspends 23 radios over promoting witchcraft
UCC-ED-Eng.-Godfrey-Mutabazi

23 Radios Are Suspended By UCC For Advertising Witch Craft

The Uganda communication Commission ( UCC ) has suspended the licences of over 23 radio stations across the country.

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The major reason as why these radio stations were ordered to stop their operation is because of advertising witch craft.

What is Witch Craft?

Witch craft is one of the many religions that are practiced in Uganda. Therefore Witch craft is a religious practice involving ritual, spells, and nature worship, usually within a pagan tradition.

These radios are not the first media companies that are suspended by the UCC.

UCC has suspended some media companies like the ABS TV though it was later back on air so we hope these radios may be back on air any time.

Back to the punch line, the suspension of these radios portrays that promoting witch craft is prohibited and against uganda communication commission’s rules.

However, some natives have accused UCC for segregation revealing that some demotic radios known for advertising witch craft were not suspended.

The radios suspended by UCC this are as follows;

  1. Metro FM
  2. Nile FM
  3. Kagadi Broadcasting Services
  4. Emambya FM
  5. Village Club FM
  6. Radio Kitara
  7. Packwach FM
  8. Tropical FM
  9. Apex FM
  10. Bamboo FM
  11. Ssebo FM
  12. Eastern Voice FM
  13. Eye FM
  14. Victoria FM
  15. R FM
  16. Kiira FM
  17. Tiger FM
  18. Greater African Radio
  19. Dana FM
  20. Gold FM
  21. Hits FM
  22. Radio 5

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