The premiere of Okafor’s Law was supposed to hold in Lekki but was canceled after she got an injunction earlier on Friday.
Raconteur Productions, a production company had filed a suit against Omoni alleging that she infringed on writer, Jude Idada‘s intellectual property.
Idada claimed that ‘Okafor’s law’ was his original idea which Oboli allegedly stole without giving him credit.
The injunction issued prevents the premiere and release of the movie until the case which names Omoni Oboli along with Dioni Visions and Filmone Distribution as the 1st, 2nd and 3rd Defendants respectively is settled.
The actress who was visibly shaken and in tears, in a speech insisted the the film was her idea.
“I’m sure some of you heard some allegations sometime ago but it is my story, my script and my movie. It was
The film Okafor’s Law originally scheduled for cinemas on March 31 might have to wait a little longer as matters are in Court.
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