Travellers' Photos at Nigerian Copyright Commission
About The Nigerian Copyright CommissionThe Nigerian Copyright Commission is a government body responsible for enforcement and regulatory functions for copyright matters in Nigeria.It is under the supervision of the Federal Ministry of Justice.Its headquarters is located at Abuja FCT.
History of The Nigerian Copyright CommissionThe Nigerian Copyright Commission was first established in August 1989 with a governing board under the then president and GCFR Gen. Ibrahim Babangida.Its status was later changed to a Commission in 1996 and in 2006 its supervision was shifted from under the Federal ministry of Culture and Tourism to the Federal Ministry of Justice.
SafetyThe NCC is a relatively safe place to be.
Things To DoGuests visiting usually go to get their copyrights registered,also to know the already existing copyprights.
Best Time to Visit The Nigerian Copyright CommissionThe best time to visit would be from 9am-4pm which are the working hours.
Most Common VisitorsThe most common visitors would be researchers,government officials,journalists as well as individuals out to get their copyrights.
Why You Should VisitThe NCC provides statutory rights over original creative works of individuals, people go to get their works protected by it.
Weather at The Nigerian Copyright CommissionNigerian Copyright Commission is located in Abuja North-Central of Nigeria.Thus, it experiences three weather conditions every year. This includes a warm, humid rainy season and a blistering dry season. In between the two, there is a brief interlude of harmattan occasioned by the northeast trade wind, with the main feature of dust haze and dryness. Temperatures can drop to as low as 16 degrees during the harmattan period.
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