The Governing board of the Nigerian Copyrights Commission (NCC) has reiterated its commitment to tackle issues that threaten to cripple anti-piracy activities of the Commission.
Chairman of the newly elected board, Dr Tonye Jaja, made this known at its maiden meeting held in Abuja on Monday.
Jaja said that the Board’s focus was to change the narrative of copyrights in Nigeria and improve welfare of the its members of staff.
On the front burner is the idetification of some challenges including funding.
Jaja said, the entertainment industry used to control the US economy and this is a indication that the same to happen would happen on Nigeria.
He lamented that the problem of the Nigerian entertainment industry is not the lack of talent but piracy adding that every genre of the creative industry in Nigeria is affected by piracy.
The Chairman promised that the team would work hard to ensure that the anti-piracy war is won.