Musical brand

Developing a music brand to unify Nigeria, Runsewe tells PMAN

The Chief Executive of the National Arts and Culture Council (NCAC), Otunba Segun Runsewe, has urged the Performing Musicians Employers Association of Nigeria (PMAN) to develop an effective music brand that will unify the nation.

Runsewe, who spoke on the association’s courtesy call to the council, said it was high time for NCAC and PMAN to work together to create a unifying music brand for the country that will meet the needs of Nigerians. and attract the attention of the authorities of the time. . He further urged the association to remain focused on its mission as a unifying platform and for Nigerian musicians across the country.

Hailing the role of the CEO in bringing peace to the association, PMAN President Pretty Okafor briefed him on his activities. Okafor noted that his administration not only ensured the registration of all Nigerian musicians besides enjoying their royalties based on a partnership project with Zenith Bank, but further secured land in the FCT for its Entertainment City and Musicians Village construction projects.
The association’s vice president, Sunny Neji, also urged the chief executive to be mindful of the needs of the group when the dissemination of COVID 19 palliatives for creative organizations comes into effect.
Runsewe pledged to review the band’s application with a view to improving their various challenges and ensuring their proper representation in NCAC programs later this year.