Home » News » Copyright Infringements In Nigerians Schools Can’t Continue – NCC

Copyright Infringements In Nigerians Schools Can’t Continue – NCC

Nigerian Communications Commission (NCC)

Nigerian Communications Commission (NCC)

The Nigerian Copyright Commission (NCC) has come out to pledge its support for the newly launched anti-plagiarism software, to tackle incessant plagiarism and other copyright abuses in Nigeria’s tertiary institutions.

The Director-General of NCC, Mr. John Asein recently made the pledge in a statement issued in Abuja, and Nigerians have been reacting.

According to him, the spate of plagiarism, copyright infringements and abuses in Nigeria’s tertiary institutions are worrying, and stakeholders in the education sector must lead by example and show respect for copyright and intellectual products.

John added that he hopes the software would help in the ongoing campaign against plagiarism, piracy and all forms of copyright abuses, to encourage academics’ and promote educational excellence.

What do you think?


DJ STiphBami – Beats and Juice (BJ 2021)

Mani Lapussh – SHIGè

Shadow – Dead Roses

TareeQ – Medicine


Leave a Reply

Your email address will not be published. Required fields are marked *