Oyogist.com had earlier reported that popular Nigerian Media mogul, Mo Abudu, who was earlier accused of copyright infringements by Tobore Ovuorie over her Netflix film, “Òlòtūré“ has spoken concerning the issue.
Tobore had accused EbonyLife Films of copying her 2014 undercover investigation on sex trafficking without her express permission.
But in a new statement shared on Mo Abudu’s Official Instagram page, Abudu’s lawyer claimed that ‘Oloture’ is a “work of fiction and was inspired by a variety of true events”.
The Statement read in part:
“Good eveningOur Attention has again been drawn to the continued media engagements of Ms. Tobore Ovuorie which borders on the unfounded allegation of copyright infringement in relation to Oloture (or “the Movie”) against EbonyLife Films (“EbonyLife” or “the Company”).
“We had refrained from placing a rejoinder to Ms. ovuorie’s publication, however, we are constrained at this time, to issue this statement to set the records straight and put an end to the disparaging statements by Ms. Ovuorie”.
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