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PMAN partners FG to curb piracy

By Iyabo Aina

Lagos—The newly elected Pretty Okafor-led Performing Musicians Employers Association of  Nigeria, PMAN,  has entered into a partnership deal with the Federal Government, through the Ministry of Information and Culture, to curb the menace of piracy, through which millions of naira are lost annually as revenue.

It is also to develop the entertainment and creative industry in the country.

This was gathered at the just-concluded national delegates conference and elections, where Pretty Okafor emerged President, unopposed, to lead the union for the next four years.

In a letter signed by Grace Isu Gekpe, on behalf of the Minister of Information and Culture, Alhaji Lai Mohammed, the partnership between PMAN and the ministry is multifaceted.



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