The Performing Musicians Association Nigeria (PMAN) has partnered the Computer Village hub (CVhub) on some technological innovations to rebrand and promote the association.
The Cvhub Manager, Joseph Etim, says the rebranding would give the association a more organised outlook..
According to him, the three technological innovations are Web portal, Web application and database.
“PMAN has seen the essence of technology and rebranding.
“We have left the conventional way of gathering our members’ data.
“Through the gathering of data of members of the PMAN, Health Insurance scheme will be introduced to our members.
“Due to the database, the association will be linked to the National Health Insurance Scheme (NHIS) or Health Management Organisations (HMOs).
“So many artistes and musicians are dying of health issues which could have been avoided,’’ Etim said.
He said that the health insurance scheme would be able to maintain regular health care check-up for PMAN members and careless deaths would be avoided.
Dr Obi Okwudili, PMAN President told NAN that it was his desire to give the association a facelift.
Okwudili said that the technological innovation was one out of the various transformations to be experienced by members.
According to him, after my confirmation as PMAN president by the National Executive Council (NEC), the association would be more active.