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Omoni Oboli Breaks Down In Tears As Court Stops Premiere Of Okafors Law
Source: Misspetitenaijablog   |   March 25, 2017   |  475 Views

Last night, Omoni Oboli broke down on stage as she received an order to stop the premiere of her new movie, Okafors Law right at the event.
This comes after a Nigerian based writer,Jude Idada  claimed he wrote the script and gave it to her husband Nnamdi. He claimed they agreed to pay him N750k which they never did .

 

 Idada also claimed he was the brain behind Omoni’s 2014 blockbuster Being Mrs. Elliot.He said he wrote the first 50 pages and sent to the filmmaker , but she claimed to have found a better script only for him to see the movie later released with the same storyline..

Speaking on stage, a tearful Omoni adressed the issue for the first time saying the script is 100 percent written by her.

 

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