'30 Days in Atlanta' Nigeria's highest grossing movie gets pirated by Alaba marketers

AY Makun's highest grossing Nollywood movie '30 Days in Atlanta' has been unlawfully released by Alaba pirates.

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The much talked about highest grossing Nollywood movie of all time '30 days in Atlanta' was stolen and sold by a staff of Silverbird Cinemas.

The movie which has been released by Alaba pirates, is being sold on the streets of Lagos, Nigeria.

Reacting to the unfortunate development, the producer, AY Makun, took to his official Instagram page to share the below message;

"Kindly join us to say NO TO PIRACY, While we wait for policy-makers and government Agencies across Nigeria to help us fight Alaba boys once and for all.

Let’s be our brothers keeper by not buying from the miscreants who are reaping from where they did not sow.

Report these criminals. Original copies of ’30 Days In Atlanta will be out in less than 2 weeks from this broadcast

(Show ur support by re broadcasting to all your contacts).

Thanks.

AY (Producer)" - He wrote.

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