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Film Piracy: Piracy Made most of us poor - Mr Ibu.

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Nollyhood actors and film producers have continued to lament over the illicit act perpetrated against ‎them by some make believe marketers who in turn turned pirate ventures once the lay hold on any actors or producers art  work, they make money
The seasoned comedy actor John Okafor popularly known as Mr Ibu hammered on the issues again while talking to journalist in Awka the Anambra state capital on Wednesday the 16th of November 2016.

According to Okafor the activities of piracy has turned most of them poor and their hard work and stardom doesn't tell on them at all, and with the breakout of recession life to some of them is full of pains.
Calls have been made to government severally to protect and preserve the profession but they  all fell on deaf ears. ‎
‎He wonders why government would neglect such a lucrative vocation.
The actor who disclosed that they have resulted into selling their films online due to the act of piracy, said more could be achieved if government look within and support them to harness the full potentials of the industry.
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