Omotola Jalade-Ekeinde Looks Stunning In Sierra Leone For President’s Inauguration


Omotola Jalade-Ekeinde Looks Stunning In Sierra Leone For President’s Inauguration

By Diamond-Hope Kingston

Actress Omotola Jalade-Ekeinde went to Sierra Leone to witness the inauguration of the new President, Rtd. Brigadier Julius Maada Bio.

She was received by an entourage led by the First Lady, Fatima Jabbe-Bio who is also an actress too.

She chose to wear an orange top by Nonnistics Fashion paired with black pants which she proudly revealed on Instagram was an outfit styled by her.

Omotola was praised for her past works with both the UN and her fight for Maternal health with Amnesty International in Sierra Leone.

Omotola expressed her gratitude to be honoured for her efforts and reiterated her Love for the country and optimism in the new President’s dream to lead Sierra Leone to where it deserves to be.

She also attended the Inaugural reception and 54th Birthday party of the Sierra Leone President wearing a blue and white structured dress by Iconic Invanity.

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By Osagie Alonge

(L-R) Chinedu Chukwuji, Azeezat Allen, Adewale Ayuba, Tony Okoroji, Matthew Ojo, Mr. John

The Copyright Society of Nigeria (COSON) has signed a royalty agreement with Multichoice Nigeria, operators of DSTV, reportedly worth millions of Naira.

The signing, which took place at the Oriental Hotel in Lagos on Tuesday, June 26, 2012, grants MultiChoice the license to broadcast music of creators represented by COSON on its various platforms.

You will recall that two years ago when COSON was approved by the Nigerian Copyright Commission, we made a solemn pledge to do whatever it takes to defend the rights of those who create or invest in music in Nigeria. We swore before you to end the many years of the locust. We said that whatever it takes, we will make collective management of copyright work in Nigeria… for two years COSON has worked round the clock and been everywhere at the same time. I have been asked whether COSON ever sleeps and I said no. COSON can’t afford to sleep until the abuse of the copyright in music and sound recordings are ended in Nigeria‘, COSON Chairman, Tony Okoroji explained.

Present at the agreement signing ceremony was Matthew Ojo, representative of the Director General, Nigerian Copyright Commission, Ijeoma Theo, representative of the Director General, National Broadcasting Commission; Members of the COSON Board, Adewale Ayuba, Azeezat Allen and Joel Ajayi.

COSON is currently suing radio stations Wazobia and Cool FM for N1bn over allegedly unpaid royalties and copyright infringement.

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