The ban on Omoni Oboli’s much hyped movie Okafor’s Law has been lifted.
Recall that the premiere of Okafor’s Law was cancelled on Friday, March 24th, after a court injunction was served at the venue stopping its premiere and launch in any movie theatre or cinema house on March 31, following allegations by a Canadian based Nigerian writer Jude Idada that the movie is his intellectual property and Oboli took the work he had done regarding “Okafor’s Law”, and developed it without giving him due credit.
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It appears both parties have reached an agreement/settlement as the actress has announced excitedly in an Instagram video that the injunction has been lifted, and the movie would be showing in cinemas nationwide from tomorrow, Friday, March 31st as previously scheduled.
Glory be to God!!!!!!!!!!! #OkaforsLaw is showing in all cinemas NATIONWIDE from tomorrow Friday the 31st of March. We serve a living God! Thanks for all the prayers and the love 😍😍😍 #OkaforsLaw #incinemasnationwidefrommarch31 #ChildOfGrace pls #Omonifam, help me Repost everywhere 💋💋💋
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