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Tony Okoroji

21 Aug
Once upon a time music sensation, Alariwo of Africa may have found another vocation. Oh, you don’t know Alariwo? How na? That was the fella whose one song
4 Sep 2019
In September 2009, Nigerian artistes of different shades embarked on a weeklong hunger strike. The action, which was a result of the frustration caused by the devastating level of intellectual property theft in the country, was a prelude to what has become today, No Music Day in Nigeria.
30 Jul 2019
Watching Okoroji and Ajayi submit their cases as proponent and opponent in the life of COSON on Channels TV as Otaigwe and Alero stand as moot judges, one is reminded of everything about governance or corporate governance...
25 May 2019
At the 9th Annual General Meeting of Copyright Society of Nigeria (COSON), which held at Lagos Sheraton Hotel, Ikeja, on May 20, 2019, the members approved the sum of =N=40,000,000.00...
21 Nov 2018
Copyright Society of Nigeria (COSON) has faulted the manifestos presented by the presidential candidates of the All Progressives Congress, Muhammadu Buhari...
8 Sep 2018
The Copyright Society of Nigeria (COSON) has disclosed that will mobilise its members across Nigeria, as well as millions of music fans, who support the organisation, to campaign against politicians, who have no well thought out plans to deploy Nigeria’s creative talents for the development of the Nigerian nation. 
25 Aug 2018
On Friday, June 8, 2018, we spoke on the phone for quite a while. He had planned to travel that evening to Atlanta. We spoke the way boys do...
24 Feb 2018
The chairman of the Copyright Society Of Nigeria (COSON) Chief Tony Okoroji was yesterday bestowed with the prestigious Africa’s Patriotic Personality Award...
16 Jan 2018
The Chairman, Copyright Society of Nigeria (COSON), Chief Tony Okoroji, yesterday began an indefinite one-man demonstration in front of the Federal High Court, Lagos.
10 Dec 2017
Tony Okoroji, the immediate past chairman of the Copyright Society of Nigeria (COSON) on Sunday promised to continue to share his wealth of experience with the newly elected executive of the society. Okoroji speaking with the News Agency of Nigeria (NAN) said that he was interested in the continuous progress of the society in future.…
30 Oct 2017
The Federal Government says it is irrevocably committed to growing the creative industry in view of its importance to the economy.
28 Oct 2017
The COSON Week climaxes with the show of all shows, ‘the COSON Song Awards’ on Sunday, November 5 with the nation’s glitterati and paparazzi on parade at the Balmoral Convention Centre, Federal Palace Hotel, Victoria Island.


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