Entertainment & SocietyTony Okoroji Plans Nation Broadcast On No Music Day

Tony Okoroji Plans Nation Broadcast On No Music Day

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August 28, (THEWILL) – Tony Okoroji, the ex-President of PMAN and Chairman of the Copyright Society of Nigeria, COSON, has announced plans to deliver a broadcast to the nation on Thursday, September 1, ‘No music day.’

Okoroji noted that the broadcast will dwell on the state of the Nigerian creative industry in the context of a country that appears to be caught in paralysis.

The broadcast with the theme; ‘Music in a society on the road to a socio-political revolution’, will dissect the potentials and predicaments of Nigeria’s creative industries and the key role that all creatives and professionals in Nigeria must urgently play, to save the country from going down the abyss, is a high point of the 2022 “No Music Day.”

He also noted that arrangements are being concluded to have the broadcast carried by most major broadcast stations and streamed on several internet platforms around the world.

While music will be the point of contact, the broadcast will deal with the violation of the rights of authors, publishers, actors, movie producers, photographers, architects, computer programmers, visual artists, and designers of all types, and indeed, the violation of the rights of all Nigerians and the dangerous damage this has done to the Nigerian nation.

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