Okafor’s law: court lifts ban on movie, ready for public view as from tomorrow

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[Lagos]–Justice Ibrahim Buba of the Federal High Court in Lagos has lifted the injunction imposed on Omoni Oboli’s movie, Okafor’s Law.

The order which was slammed last Friday was lifted today, allowing for public screening of the film beginning from tomorrow as earlier planned.

The page has earlier reported that  a Canada based Nigerian, Jude Idada sued Omoni Oboli for copyright infringement, claiming that the movie was his intellectual property.

The suit filed against the actress/director made the court to  order the confiscation of every copy of the movie and also to stop the premiere of the movie​ which should have hold at IMAX Cinema in Lekki Lagos on March 24.

The movie which Omoni Oboli claimed to be her script 100 percent can be viewed by the public as from tomorrow.

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