MultiChoice Has No Right To Sack Workers Under Any Guise – FG

The Federal Government of Nigeria has stated that South Africa based telecommunications company, Multi-Choice has no right to sack Nigerian workers under any guise.

This recent development comes after the the management of the National Broadcast­ing Commission (NBC) and the management of Multi­Choice on Monday, August 31, 2020.

The management of the National Broadcast­ing Commission (NBC) summoned MultiChoice over the planned increase on some DStv and GOtv packages which takes effect from today despite a similar increase three months ago.

According to Multi­Choice, in a message to sub­scribers, DSTV Premium would move from N16, 200 to N18,400; Compact Plus from N10,925 to N12,400; Compact from 6,975 to 7,900, and for users of GOtv Max, they would have to pay the sum of N3,600 from 3,280.

The latest increase comes amid a subsisting order of the House of Representa­tives seeking a stay of action on the earlier hike which the company blamed on the Federal Government’s 2.5 percent increase in Value Added Tax (VAT) from five to 7.5 percent.

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