‘Nigeria needs Intellectual Property policy’ by Bertram Nwannekanma


In Nigeria, Intellectual Property rights protect the exploitation of ideas, information and inventions that are of commercial and proprietary value. But the dearth of sustainable knowledge in Intellectual Property (IP) laws has left a gap in the administration of IP laws in Nigeria, which make stakeholders to call for reforms to ensure the enactment of laws that cater for local needs while complying with global standards. Read more

Print Friendly, PDF & Email