Obafemi Agaba is one of the leading lights in the intellectual property rights protection and enforcement practice sector in Nigeria. Agaba was recently elected as President of the Intellectual Property Law Association of Nigeria (IPLAN) and in this interview with ROBERT EGBE, he x-rays the state of Intellectual Property (IP) law in the country, its challenges, prospects and how failure to protect IP rights will kill creativity, innovation and discourage foreign direct investment.
Congratulations on your election as the President of IPLAN. What is the state of Intellectual Property (IP) law in Nigeria?
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