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Protesters storm Federal High Court over alleged SHOPRITE copyright infringement

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An Abuja based music entrepreneur, Mr Faruk Adamu, has accused South Africa retail outlet, Shoprite, of copyright infringement. He also accused the Nigerian Copyright Commission, NCC, of alleged failure to investigate and compel the management of Shoprite to pay him his 60 per cent rights to a jingle he made for the company. Protesters. Mr. […]

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