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Nigerians face Kenya match blackout

05 June 2013, 16:00

Lagos - Nigerians may not watch Wednesday's 2014 Fifa World Cup qualifier in Nairobi due to rights issues.

Officials at Nigeria's state-owned television network NTA told KickOffNigeria.com that the rights holders are asking for an astronomical €400 000 broadcast fee to carry the game.

"It is outrageous! That is an obscene amount of money for just two hours of live transmission and at very short notice," an NTA official said.

Get the full report on KickOffNigeria.com


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