Based on a press release shared via Abudu’s Instagram page, the media mogul’s lawyers claim ‘Oloture’ is a “work of fiction and was inspired by a variety of true events”.
“The movie evolved after in-depth research and wide consultation with several entities with diverse accounts of human/sex trafficking which informed the development of ‘Oloture’ as a social impact project”, the statement adds.
The filmmaker has since disabled feedback on the trending statement which comes in the wake of a Pulse interview with Tobore Ovuorie. The journalist alleged in the explosive interview that EbonyLife Films adapted her 2014 sex trafficking report without her express permission.
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