2face’s manager, Efe Omorogbe, is new COSON chairman

2face’s manager, Efe Omorogbe, is new COSON chairman

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Added by December 14, 2017

Copyright Society of Nigeria (COSON) has announced a change in its leadership with the appointment of 2face Idibia’s long time manager, Efe O. Omorogbe as its new Chairman.

The announcement was made after thorough deliberations with members of the COSON Board which lasted several hours at the COSON House.

Speaking on the recent development, COSON Director and Co – founder Naija Ninja, Dare ‘Baba Dee’ Fasasi said: ‘‘The change is occasioned by the need to reposition COSON and lead it to its new era. It is time to consolidate on our gains and ensure that we get the society to the place of our dreams.’’

Efe Omorogbe has consistently taken up frontline roles in the struggle to institute far-reaching reforms in the Nigerian music industry in the areas of product packaging and pricing, collective administration, piracy control, general regulation and information management amongst others.

The board, however, thanked Chief Tony Okoroji, former COSON chairman for his relentless service during his tenure.

According to Mr Obi Asika, COSON Director, “On behalf of the Board and members of COSON, we want to thank Chief Tony Okoroji for his relentless service during his time as Chairman of this great society. It is on record that during the tenure of Chief Tony Okoroji, COSON made giant strides such as the commissioning of the magnificent COSON House; the first of its kind in the Nigerian music industry, the launch of COSON’s digital licensing platform, CLAP, amongst several other key projects.”

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