After winning legal battle over ‘Okafor’s Law,’ Omoni Oboli has begun shooting a new film ‘Love Is War’

Omoni Oboli’s 2016 romantic comedy Okafor’s Law gained some free press when Canadian-based writer Jude Idada accused Oboli for stealing his story. It was a protracted legal battle that almost sabotaged the movie, wherein Oboli was served an injunction to halt the Nigerian premiere of the film. Amid all that, the movie continued to gain publicity.

In my opinion, Okafor’s Law wasn’t particularly great, but it helped to build Oboli’s portfolio as a director and producer. Last week, the actress brightly announced on Instagram that she was won the copyright battle for the film. Almost immediately, she’s now on set shooting her new film Love Is War which, according to her, stars Richard-Mofe Damijo.

We don’t know what the plot of Love Is War is about, or Mofe-Damijo’s role. Interestingly, I’m relieved to her that Love Is War isn’t a romantic comedy. I’m serious, really. We have had enough of those. For now, I’m keeping my fingers crossed about the film, until more details are out.

 

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