Renowned Nollywood actor and movie producer, Femi Adebayo, has raised the alarm regarding the widespread piracy plaguing his latest cinematic masterpiece, ‘Jagun Jagun’.
PLATFORM TIMES reports that the epic film that has taken the town by storm was released on Netflix’s streaming platform on the 10th of August, 2023.
The movie producer, who took to his Facebook page on Tuesday, said some persons had started pirating ‘Jagun Jagun’, which he described as a ‘Labour of love’.
He added that some of the pirates had been arrested while efforts were ongoing to apprehend others in order to make them face the full wrath of the law.
Adebayo wrote: “Piracy is a criminal act that threatens the very essence of our creative industry.
“Persons have already begun pirating this labour of love. Some have been apprehended like in the photo, and we’re relentlessly pursuing others and bring them to book!
“Our search includes persons downloading the movie from unauthorized sites, including telegram groups!
“These actions are a grave impediment to Nollywood’s rightful place in the entertainment industry.
“If you possess any information about individuals involved in producing or distributing pirated copies of Jagun Jagun, I implore you to share it with us immediately via DM or email.
“We really have to protect Nollywood’s future and support legitimate creators.”
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