Nollywood beauty, Omoni Oboli shares photos of herself stylishly dressed for court to resolve copyright issues
Omoni Oboli is a Nigerian actress, script writer, producer and movie director who was born in 1978. The pretty woman began her acting career in 1996 and has moved on to gain many awards for her commendable works.
Omoni who is a trained digital filmmaker at the New York Film Academy is facing a lawsuit over her most recent work, Okafor's Law.
Scriptwriter Jude Idada accused her of copyright infringement which Oboli denied, insisting that the movie is all hers.
The movie premiere was stopped as a result of the lawsuit. Despite all of this, Oboli appears determined to keep her head up as evident in her choice of outfits to court and sharing photos of same.
NAIJ.com is impressed with her positive outlook and good cheer as the mother of three rocked simple but elegant dresses to hear the fate of her movie.
She also got support from Nollywood film director and producer Zeb Ejiro, who stood by her at one of the court sessions.
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