Oloture: Mo Abudu Addresses Tobore Ovuorie’s Copyright Claim On Movie (Video)

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Media entrepreneur Mo Abudu has addressed journalist Tobore Ovuorie’s copyright claim over Oloture, Igbere TV reports.

The 56-year-old shared a video speaking on Ovuorie’s claim in an Instagram post on Tuesday.

She said in May 2019 they reached out to Ovuorie to acknowledge her journalistic ability, to commend, recognise and encourage her in her ongoing campaign against sex trafficking.

“I would like to take a few minutes of your time today to shed some light on the recent allegations of copyright infringement made by investigative reporter Tobore Ovuorie against EbonyLife Films in relation to Oloture (the movie).

“I also stand as mentor to so many young girls and ladies, I never want to disappoint any of you, so again, I did this to give you all an understanding of the situation,” she wrote.

Igbere TV reports that publishers of Premium Times, had in November 2020, said journalist Tobore Ovuorie cannot claim copyright over the investigative report that inspired the movie Oloture.


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