Battling book piracy in Nigeria: new IPA report

Nigeria's rich literary heritage has produced great writers such as Chinua Achebe, Wole Soyinka, Ben Okri and Chimamanda Adichie.

Yet its creative economy is crippled by chronic and rampant piracy - it's estimated that illegal sales account for 75% of the book market. In a new IPA report, Lawrence Aladesuyi, Executive Secretary of the Nigerian Publishers Association explains how an international piracy network is operating, and what can be done to fight back.

Read Lawrence's analysis here.

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