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#AdHocHearingNOV30 : How D’banj Push War Of Standard Royalties Payment for Creative Artists to National Assembly Against Telcos Companies

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#AdHocHearingNOV30 : How D’banj Push War Of Standard Royalties Payment for Creative Artists to National Assembly Against Telcos Companies

After two postponement failed attempts by the telcos companies to sabotage the hearing, legendary Nigeria music entrepreneur and recording artiste Dapo Oyebanjo, popularly known as D’banj, push the war of standard creative content owner royalties to the National Assembly against the telcos companies.

The fight against standard royalties payment bill for the creative artists was pushed forward by Hon. Ahmed Abu, with collaborate efforts from DKM Media & D’Cream Platform boss D’banj, alongside with veteran Nollywood actor Emeka Ike, PMAN Chairman Pretty Okafor, veteran Hip-Hop star Ruggedman and others.

On December 14 2017 , the Adhoc Committee ( #AdHocHearingNOV30 ) set up by the National House of Assembly to investigate allegations of malpractices and monumental fraud within the Telecommunication Industry. This revealed that the “STATUTORY ACT” of the Nigerian law, guiding contracts and policies between the Telecoms and the Nigerian MUSIC AND CREATIVE Artists and content makers has been grossly violated and BILLIONS of DOLLARS from accrued royalties that belong to Nigerian Musicians and the Music Industry have been fraudulently diverted by the Telecommunications companies and moved to foreign banks all TAX FREE. While the owners of the content , the Musicians and Creative artists continue to languish in poverty.

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#AdHocHearingNOV30 : How D’banj Push War Of Standard Royalties Payment for Creative Artists to National Assembly Against Telcos Companies

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