By Rashidat Akashat With Agency Report
Immorality has crawled into the sacred hausa music industry and the Executive Secretary of the Kano State Censorship Board, Alhaji Isma’il Na’abba has allayed worries on this.
According to NAN, Na’abba raised his concern during the courtesy visit of Mr Banning Eyre, a senior Producer/Editor of the Afro-pop worldwide in Kano.
Kano Government Has Not Banned Hausa Entertainers- Na’abba
During an interaction with Mr Eyre, the secretary said that the state government had not banned entertainers from performing or producing.
“It is true the board has the mandate to censor all literary materials, yet most Hausa music is focusing on awareness and enlightenment and have not attracted any sanction,’’ he said.
Alhaji Na’abba explained further that the board had been monitoring moral contents of music albums, which attracted a large audience in the state.
On the other hand, Mr Eyre said that he was in Kano to carryout some music projects and appealed to the board for support.
He further emphasized that the state government support the entertainment industry, which he described as an avenue for job creation and promotion of creativity and culture.