Omoni Oboli’s ‘Okafor’s Law’ Remains Sold Out Since March 31 Release in Cinemas

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Omoni Oboli’s ‘Okafor’s Law’ has continued to maintain No. 1 spot since it made its cinema debut on March 31st, as the movie ticket has consistently sold out at different cinemas across the country.

Reacting to the turnouts of people at the cinemas to watch the movie, Producer and Director of Okafor’s law, Omoni Oboli said

“Actors in Okafor’s law have been visiting the cinemas at different locations, and we have all been surprised at the reception from fans all over the country. Truth be told, the tickets have been sold out everywhere we went, and we just want this to continue for as long as possible. I am grateful to God for His blessings.”

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The movie is showing at different cinemas in Lagos, Kano, Ilorin, Benin, Uyo, Warri, Owerri, Port Harcourt, Abuja, Asaba, Calabar, Ibadan, and Akure.

The movie which had previously premiered at the Toronto International Film Festival 2016 and had screened in several international film festivals after that including the recent Pan African Film Festival, LA is a romcom set in Lagos, Nigeria.

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‘Okafor’s Law’ which is named after a sexist theory is a movie with social consciousness. It follows the story of a slick serial seducer, Chuks (Blossom Chukwujekwu), nicknamed Terminator, an “ardent player” who believes that once a man has been with a woman, he forever has access to her. He was challenged by his friends to see if he can prove the universality of the theory with three ex-girlfriends Ify (Ufuoma McDermott), Tomi (Toyin Abraham) and Ejiro (Omoni Oboli), whose lives have drastically changed. And this must be done within 21 days. This challenge of their various new statuses makes his quest to win the bet more and more insurmountable as he tries to prove the immortality of the long age law: Okafor’s Law.

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The amazing talents that feature in the movie are Richard Mofe Damijo, Blossom Chukwujekwu, Ufuoma McDermott, Tina Mba, Toyin Abraham, Kemi Lala Akindoju, Yvonne Jegede, Halima Abubakar, Mary Lazarus, Uche Nnaji, Betty Irabor, Gabriel Afolayan, Ken Erics and Omoni Oboli.

In case you missed it, watch the trailer below:

 


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