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Atiku works with the artistic sector

Actors Guild of Nigeria (AGN), which represents celebrities, directors, and producers in the entertainment sector, has been told by opposition Peoples Democratic Party (PDP) presidential candidate Atiku Abubakar of a better deal if they choose him to lead the nation.


During a roundtable session with stakeholders in the creative, cultural, and innovative industries over the weekend in Lagos, he made the vow.


Ayo Animashaun, a leading figure in the entertainment industry, Kenneth Gyang, a master of creativity, Papa Omotayo, Efe Omorogbe, a talent manager and music executive, and media entrepreneur Agatha Amata are just a few of the speakers at the conversation.


The former Vice President spoke with the artists, who represent the CCI (Creative, Cultural, and Innovative) Industry, about the obstacles preventing the industry’s expansion inside the nation and abroad.


They named physical piracy, a lack of government support for industry regulations, and a lack of funding as some of the key issues that need to be addressed in order to revive the business.


Speaking to the audience, Atiku characterized the entertainment sector as a sizable industry that ranks second to agriculture in terms of the economy’s ability to generate income. With the support and cooperation of the government, the entertainment sector is able to contribute to the prosperity of the nation.


He expressed confidence that, if elected, his government would make funding available for the growth of the business as he signed an agreement with representatives of the performers from both sides of the board.


The best course of action, he said, is to enhance arts funding and liberalize the application procedure. I’ll take the chance if you provide it to me since it’s necessary.


“I oppose direct CBN action and prefer this to include the private sector. All necessary finances cannot be created by the government. I look forward to working closely with you to build the industry and fully use its potential. It is an industry that generates billions in revenue.


Atiku’s running mate and governor of Delta State, Dr. Ifeanyi Okowa, assured the business community in his concluding comments that his principal’s government will fulfill its commitments to the industry throughout the campaign.


Earlier, Omorogbe said that music piracy and Nigerians’ refusal to pay music royalties were the two biggest problems facing the music business. Less than 10% of music listeners, he said, pay royalties, which is hardly encouraging.

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