Published on: June 15, 2021

Omoni Oboli wins court case, Okafor’s Law set to hit cinemas tomorrow

Sometime in September 2016, Omoni Oboli was accused of copyright
infringement for the Okafor’s Law title she gave her movie, by a Canada
based writer, Jude Idada. The Nollywood actress Omoni Oboli was also
accused of stealing his story and idea for her new movie “Okafor’s Law.”

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The filmmaker in tears cancelled ‘Okafor’s Law’ movie premiere after
being served a court injunction for stealing story.  However, there is
now good news for Omoni Oboli’s camp and fans because the injunction was
lifted today, 30, March 2017 by Justice N. Buba of the Federal High
Court, Ikoyi, Lagos. The court lifted the injunction while stating that
the movie should not have been prevented from showing in the first place
since the copyright claim suit is yet to be determined by a competent
court of law.

 The happy mom took to IG and penned  ‘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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