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Nollywood Stars Declare War On Movie Pirates At Alaba Market

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Nollywood Stars Declare War On Movie Pirates At Alaba Market

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March 30, 2012 – Nollywood Stars Declare War On Movie Pirates At Alaba Market

This peaceful protest was staged on Wednesday the 28th of March 2012 at the Lagos State House of Assembly, Alausa, Ikeja, Lagos. naijagists.com

It’s aim is to draw attention to movie piracy issue currently going on in Nigeria especially @ Alaba International Market which is the headquarter of Movie piracy in Nigeria. A Nollywood actor was brutalized by these pirates last month ( Read Ibrahim Chatta Brutalized By Pirates At Alaba).

Notable Nollywood stars present at the protest includes; Funke Akindele, Odunlade Adekola, Jide Kosoko, Sholla Sobowale, Femi Adebayo and others

Below are few of the photos from the protest.

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jide kosoko Jide Kosoko

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Alaba movie pirates

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femi adebayo

Odunlade Adekola

Funke Akindele 2012

3 Comments

3 Comments

  1. PRINCE AKPOVIGHO SAPELE

    March 31, 2012 at 12:40 PM

    It is unfortunate that nigeria movie or music industry fold their hands and watch this criminals makes money 4rm peoples sweat,hardwork,talents and effort.when it all started nobody did anything about it,fighting them now is like thinking of closing down alaba market.Abeg,who bi the david weni won fall goliath hand for that background.that should be another movie titled ogidiralaba.well i believe nothing is impossible with GOD.May be we should involve mountain of fire to rain down fire on them.

  2. St_smog

    May 2, 2012 at 10:35 AM

    Dis movie industry protest is a child’s cry,what they should do is to make the movies obtainable in all coners of nigeria (ie,36 states),Africans nd Europeans in general. The problem with the nigerian movie industry is that after producing a satisfatory quantity of their movies and distributes it as they planned and 2 wht they r satisfy as their incomes or 2 the altmost of their financial strenght,perhaps have gone busy with another thing or wit producing another movie, neglecting the dmands 4 the old interestin movie needed by people at places where they are incapable 2 display those ones. These are the stage where pirates come 2 extend those old movies 2 those local stations neglected by d original producer, thereby making a gud profit 4 themselves,and this is a point where the original producer gullotons nd greeds over the profit they made irrespective of the people they satisfyd their desire. The movie industry should b contented with whateva they have made,bcos they piracy only help in extending there fames 2 the parts they never knew or the parts they fails to recognise,and be informed that you wil not eat all dat u laboured 4.

  3. Nollmov

    May 29, 2012 at 11:32 PM

    Nollywood need to get a good grip on piracy, as some of the producers themselves behind closed doors do cut external deals. Some people will blame the marketers while others will blame the producers. If the proper law had been enforced then the effect will be felt down the piracy chain. You don’t need a rocket science to reduce these Nigerian movies piracy issue.

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