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4 days ago
The solution to fuel scarcity in Gombe State and the entire country may not be in sight as the Independent Petroleum Markers Association of Nigeria (IPMAN) has accused the federal government of insensitivity and double standards. The union disclosed that its members in Gombe State no longer access petroleum products easily and lamented that: "the…
17 Apr 2021
Nigeria’s leading copyright collective management organisation, Copyright Society of Nigeria (COSON) has dragged the Inspector-General of Police (IGP), the Department of State Services...
13 Mar 2021
The Performing Musicians Employers Association of Nigeria (PMAN) and Musical Copyright Society Nigeria Ltd/Gte (MCSN) have agreed to work together to enhance the living standards of Nigerian musicians and other creative people. To this end, the Society and the Musicians’ union have signed an agreement to ensure that they work hand in hand to achieve…
6 Mar 2021
Felix Duke needs little or no introduction as far as the Nigerian music industry is concern. He’s one of the dudes that infused glamour into the Afro hip-hop/raga music in the country.
23 Jan 2021
The Performing Musician Employers’ Association of Nigeria (PMAN) has commended the Musical Copyright Society of Nigeria (MCSN) on the renewal of its CMO Licence.
2 Jan 2021
Stakeholders in the Nigerian entertainment industry have called on the government to relax the process for accessing special funding by players in the sector, noting the difficulties of emerging creatives in accessing the funds.  Speaking at the first-ever Nigerian Entertainment and Economic Roundtable, held recently at the Lagos Airport Hotel, the industry professionals charged the…
12 Dec 2020
Former president of Performing Musicians Association of Nigeria (PMAN), Tee Mac Omastola Iseli has sued factional president of the Association, Pretty Okafor to court for N100m over allegations of libel, defamation and character assassination.
28 Nov 2020
The National Industrial Court (NIC) sitting in Ibadan has brokered peace to the hitherto divided Performing Musicians’ Employers Association of Nigeria (PMAN) under the Pretty Okafor presidency.
29 Aug 2020
In a bid to ensure that men and women in the creative sector of the economy enjoys the fruit of their labour, the Performing Musicians Association of Nigeria (PMAN) has formed an alliance with Lafrique Promedia Limited
15 Aug 2020
As controversy over the recently announced tax on songs and videos by the Lagos State Film and Video Censors Board (LSFVCB) continue rages...
28 Mar 2020
The Performing Musicians Employers Association of Nigeria (PMAN), has called on the Nigeria Copyright Commission (NCC) to revoke the license of Copyright Society Of Nigeria (COSON)
21 Mar 2020
The president of Performing Musicians Association of Nigeria (PMAN), Pretty Okafor, has decried the nefarious activities of pirates and disparity in the royalty distribution system...

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