The headquarters office of Multi-Choice Nigeria in Lagos will be picketed on Monday, May 15.
Politics Nigeria reports that the leadership of the National Association of Nigerian Students (NANS), SouthWest Zone, made this vow in a statement made available to journalists in Lagos.
The picketing will be done to protest what they called incessant increment in its DSTV/GoTV subscription charges.
In a statement jointly signed by its National Vice President (External Relations), Akinteye Babatunde; National Public Relations Officer, Giwa Yisa and the Southwest Coordinator, Adejuwon Olatunji, said Nigerians, particularly the students and low-income families cannot continue to watch Multi-Choice Nigeria arbitrarily jerking up its subscription charges on various bundles.
“We have also sent a letter officially to that effect to the company head office in Lagos and yet, a reminder few days ago.
“But up till today, Sunday, May 14, the situation remains the same. It is like the company is not taken our demand seriously, and now we will take our demand in peaceful protest to its head office in Lagos.”