PMAN President, Pretty Okafor Vows To Deal With Saboteurs…Says PMAN Not Aware Of Any Delegates Conference

President of Performing Musician Association of Nigeria, Mr.Pretty Okafor has threatened to deal with anyone meddling in the affairs of the union saying that anyone who violates the PMAN trademark which is exclusive to PMAN  in its entirety would be prosecuted.

Okafor who said this in a statement signed by himself and his national secretary, Mr. Tunde omitogun and made available to advised that information making the rounds on social media about PMAN hosting a delegates’ conference at a secret location in Lagos on January 15 should be disregarded.

He accused a former president of PMAN of masterminding the rumour,
Below is the statement:

“Our attention is drawn to an information going around on social media about PMAN hosting a Delegates Conference at a secret location in Lagos , on the 15th of January 2019, be advised that this information is false and it’s illegal as the PMAN  national working committee has not approved such an event.
Moreover, we learned from credible sources that this misinformation is being propagated by a former Pman President ….who is currently under criminal investigation for diverting 8.5 Hectares of landed property awarded to PMAN by the Federal Government, therefore, Pman members are advised not to regard the falsehood, there will be no illegal delegates conference as the Police Authority and other relevant security agencies have been notified and alerted
It is regrettable , however, that the Union has to deal with saboteurs, who have no office address, but hide in secret places to plan their mischievous acts of sabotage against PMAN.
The current president of the Union, Pretty Okafor warns anyone meddling in PMAN affairs , that PMAN will not tolerate these acts of illegality and sabotage against the Union and shall prosecute anyone that violates the PMAN trademark, which is exclusive to PMAN in its entirety , see attached copy of PMAN Trademark Certificate.”

Pretty Okafor
PMAN president 

Tunde omitogun
National secretary

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