Censorship Office Cautions Night Clubs

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All entertainment clubs in the country have been cautioned to fully comply with requirements set by the Office of Censorship.

Chief Censor, Steven Mala said all clubs will get consent from the Office of Censorship.

This year will see the Office of Censorship placing harder requirements on entertainment agencies.

Steven Mala, Chief Censor told EMTV News that they have upped their human resource and he has great confident in his staff.

They will be looking into areas that need critical attention specially entertainment areas.

Clubs need to comply with requirements from the Office of Censorship or they will be heavily penalised.

The type of entertainment practiced in clubs needs consent from the Office of Censorship.

With a stronger capacity in human resource, the Office of Censorship will be critically assessing broadcasting and all agencies of publication, music, and entertainment.

Lillian Keneqa

Lillian Keneqa (pronounced KE-NE-YA) has a degree in Journalism & Public Relations , with a Minor in English Communication from the University of Papua New Guinea. She joined the News Department as a Journalist in December, 2017. When Lillian is not Journaling, she enjoys photography, graphic designing and traveling.

Lillian Keneqa

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