PMAN will unveil a biometric identity card

The Performing Musicians Employers Association of Nigeria has announced that it will launch its biometric ID card at its upcoming first National Executive Council convention.

PMAN Chairman Pretty Okafor noted that the card was developed in partnership with Zenith Bank.

At an event held during the week, Okafor said, “PMAN is proud to announce that its new and improved biometric ID cards will be issued to the first group of registered members across the country.”

Urging guests to honor the invitation, Okafor said, “The event promises to set the ball rolling for greater things to come for the advancement and betterment of the entertainment industry in Nigeria and beyond. “

PMAN’s Second Vice-President, Zaaki Azay, added: “PMAN’s progress is the result of synergy and unity within the association, made possible by a series of judgments that have authenticated and reaffirmed Pretty Okafor as a national leader, and forbade any act of factionalization within the musicians’ union.

Delegates from across the country are expected to attend the NEC meeting, where discussions will revolve around the biometric card registration campaign.

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