Okorji Advocates For Free & Fair PMAN Election
A former chairman of the Performing Musicians' Association of Nigeria (PMAN), Tony Okoroji, has disclosed that he is not expecting less in forthcoming PMAN election as he’s anticipating for free and fair election of PMAN President.
Okoroji, the incumbent chairman of Copyright Society of Nigeria, told the News Agency of Nigeria (NAN) in Lagos on Tuesday that free and fair election was vital to upholding PMAN's ideals.
He maintained that PMAN played a pivotal role in the entertainment industry and promoted musicians' interest.
“I expect the upcoming election to be free and fair as the association seeks to elect a new president that will continue to strive for the progress of musicians in the country,” he told NAN.
“It is necessary to amicably keep the association going because it helps to guide, protect and promote the interest of musicians in Nigeria.
“The music industry immensely contributes to the nation's Gross Domestic Product (GDP).”