Lagos - AY Makun comedian and producer of 30 Days in Atlanta, has accused the Nigerian Copyrights Commission, NCC of collecting bribe to arrest movie pirates, reports Pulse.ng
The funny man said that he wonders why a government arm would demand for money to do their duties.
He revealed that it happened to him when he asked the NCC to arrest pirates that are feeding fat on his movie and the commission demanded for ‘mobilization fee’
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In a telephone conversation AY Makun said that the Nigerian Inspector General of Police has not responed to his letter request for the support of the Nigerian Police to arrest movie pirates who were making millions from his film.
He said that the film was actually leaked but the culprit who leaked it has not been discovered.
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