He added that the adopted form of enforcement must be regular and sustained.
Minister of Information and Culture, Lai Mohammed, on Monday, said that the Federal Government is fulfilling its talk by taking firm steps to curb piracy of intellectual property.
Lai Mohammed said this in Abuja during the opening of the first interface meeting of the police and major stakeholders in the creative industry to fight piracy.
He said, ‘This meeting is evident that government’s commitment to fighting piracy and placing the creative industry in its rightful position is not just about talk.
‘We are carrying along all the stakeholders in the industry and my job here is to inaugurate this meeting.
‘We believe that with the calibre of stakeholders here and two Deputy Inspectors-General of Police (DIG) representing the Nigeria Police Force, you will be able to agree on the way to put an end to piracy.’
He added that the end result of the interaction with the police was the interface meeting.
The Minister ended by saying that the adopted form of enforcement must be regular and sustained.
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