Lagos — The Performing Musicians Association of Nigeria (PMAN), on Thursday said plans were underway to establish music institute in Lagos to boost the entertainment industry in the country.
Omatshola Iseli, former President of PMAN said in Lagos that the institute would afford upcoming artists the opportunity to have in-depth training in the field.
According to him, sanctions will be meted out to artists who play music not in accordance with the guidelines of the association.
Iseli advocated the checking of the content of music before being aired.
According to Iseli, PMAN is making efforts to ensure that the entertainment industry is profitable as it is in other countries.