Radio stations in Lagos have largely observed a call by Nigerian artists for a “No-Music Day” to protest at piracy and the non-payment of royalties.
The BBC’s Fidelis Mbah in the city says some stations have instead played foreign music.
A musicians’ spokesman said that many stations and nightclubs see obtaining music licences as an “alien idea”.
Last week, a group of Lagos musicians organised an ongoing hunger strike to protest at rampant piracy.
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