Nigerian actor, movie producer and director, Kunle Afolayan has described piracy as the biggest obstacle militating against the growth of the motion picture industry in Nigeria.
The multi-talented producer however said movie producers are now exploring the cinema options in a bid to fight piracy and protect their intellectual property.
He disclosed this on Friday while featuring on TVC's Breakfast show.
Afolayan who was on the show with the President of the Motion Picture Practitioners Association of Nigeria, MOPPAN, Abdullahi Maikano, acknowledged that cinema culture came back into the Nigerian movie sector about a decade ago, it has really helped in fighting the activities of the pirates. He added that cinema is a game of number, the more the scrint the more the revenue generated.
He said: "I will say the Nigerian movie industry is living up to its billing. Cinema Culture came back about a decade ago with the Irapada movie. Cinema is a game...