The Kano State Film and Censorship Board says it is set to monitor the Hausa YouTube channels in order to guard against immorality in the state, according to reports.
The Executive Secretary of the board, Mr Isma’il Naabba, made this known on Thursday in an interview with newsmen in Kano.
According to him, it has become imperative to sanitise the space, as movie makers have found ways to showcase immorality since they are not being censored.
Naabba, who warned that the board would sanction all defaulters, urged them to always contact the board for advice and clarifications.
While soliciting for the public support, the executive secretary warned the operators to cooperate with the board to achieve its aims.
Newsmen report that the board was established to censor and regulate the contents of Hausa YouTube channels to ensure conformity with the laid-down rules.