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Africa's biggest and most important football tournament, the Africa Cup of Nations is currently giving enjoyment to millions in Africa. But football fans in Nigeria, Africa’s most populous country, are unable to watch the matches on local television. Nigerian television stations say agents of Sportfive, the Paris-based international sports rights marketing agency simply charged too much for live coverage. As a result, commercial football viewing centres where people can watch the matches on foreign television stations, are thriving.
Dossier: Africa Cup of Nations 2013
Report: Africa Cup of Nations 2013
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