Oshiomhole made the promise when the national leadership of the society paid him a courtesy visit.
The governor also promised to join hands with the Federal Government in ensuring that the copyright law was enforced.
According to him, it is the duty of government to ensure that laws promulgated are enforced.
He said “Nigeria is blessed with many talents in the entertainment industry and their contributions to the economy cannot be over emphasised.
“There is the need, therefore, to protect such talents.”
He urged COSON to take up its responsibilities to the country.
Earlier, the President of COSON, Mr Tony Okoroji, had told the governor that the society was determined to empower 200 youths in the state under its Youth Empowerment Scheme.
He appealed to the government to help in sensitising the people and to direct relevant government agencies to assist in ensuring the success of COSON activities in the state.
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