Gov Fubara: You Lift Somebody’s Work, Intellectual Property, You Don’t Put A Quote – According to Tony Okocha

Gov Fubara: You Lift Somebody's Work, Intellectual Property, You Don't Put A Quote - According to Tony Okocha

The All Progressive Congress in Rivers State (APC) caretaker chairman, Tony Okocha, charged Governor Siminalayi Fubara of stealing intellectual property without crediting the original creators. He asserted during a press conference that all of the initiatives he had commissioned were inspired by Governor Fubara’s predecessor, Nyesom Wike.CONTINUE FULL READING>>>>>

According to the Rivers State APC leader, “You lift somebody’s work, intellectual work, intellectual property; you lift that, and you don’t put a quote, beginning and ending.”

“In fact, if you have that idea and credit it to the source, then the law says that you are guilty of plagiarizing.”

“So, in other words, Siminalayi Fubara is a plagiarist, okay? And I said to you again that he should compare—you compare what he has achieved in four months, because he said he has been in government for four months.”

“But he set up a committee to set up programs to mark his 365 days; please, is 4 months 365 days? So we are in trouble in Rivers State; it’s an era of horror, stagnation, and all the other vices.”CONTINUE FULL READING>>>>>