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The decision does not affect private radio stations in the country.
The news comes only a day after Rashad announced that songs by Egyptian musician Hamza Namira would no longer get any airtime on the station.
Referring to Namira’s song titled “Anti-coup,” Rashad said the song had not been approved by the radio committee due its lyrical content.
“How can I allow a song that was not approved by the committee in the first place?