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Cynthia Morgan accused of copyright infringement

06 January 2015, 15:00

Lagos- A Federal High Court sitting in Lagos  has given an injunction restraining Dance hall Queen Cynthia Morgan from promoting her single Popori, reports Nigerian Entertainment Today(NET)

Singer Queen Ure accused Cynthia Morgan of stealing her song.

The court gave the  injunction restraining Cynthia Morgan, an artiste under the label of Psquare’s elder brother and manager, Jude Okoye-led Northside Entertainment Ltd and all other agents, promoters, DJs, Radio stations, TV stations, bloggers and every other person from publishing and distributing to the public the music track/single/album titled ‘Popori’ by Cynthia Morgan.

The injunction also empowers Queen Ure to sue anyone in the business of recording, publishing, distributing to the public the music track/single/album titled ‘Popori’ which is a violation of her copyright.

Queen Ure released a video for the song titled ‘Popori’  in November 2012.

She obtained a copyright certificate from the Nigerian Copyright Commission in March 2013,

According to Queen Ure, what she has done is nothing personal but preservation and protection of her intellectual property.

Read more at NET

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