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The Business and Intellectual Property Authority (BIPA) has issued a statement in the dailies discrediting a recent article carried by The Villager. The Villager will continue to maintain its position that the report was factual. World Intellectual Pro

23/02/2018
by Staff Writer
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The Business and Intellectual Property Authority (BIPA) has issued a statement in the dailies discrediting a recent article carried by The Villager.

The Villager will continue to maintain its position that the report was factual.

World Intellectual Property Organisation’s (WIPO) Congolese official, Elangi Botoy Ituku, contacted our reporter and said that reporter should not have reported in that way.

This is a voice clip of the audio in which he speaks with our journalist after the first story titled: Namibians are least developed in the brain- WIPO