The recently premiered series, "Husbands of Lagos," is currently being sold on the streets of Sierra Leone.
Recently, a source sent Pulse Nigeria photos of pirated copies of show, currently sold on streets of Freetown, Sierra Leone.
According to the source, he bought a copy of the pirated DVD while in traffic.
Pulse immediately reached out to Mary Njoku, the CEO of ROK studios, who is yet to respond. Also, attempts to reach the company behind the distribution in Freetown is yet to be a successful one.
The issue of piracy has been a major issue in the Nigerian film industry, Nollywood. The recent piracy of "Husbands of Lagos" proves that pirated copies of Nollywood content are not only sold in Nigeria, but also finds its way across other African countriies.
"Husbands of Lagos" tells the story of five men living in Lagos, and the women in their lives, and stars Bobby Obodo, Bolanle Ninalowo, Kenneth Okolie, Uche Odoputa, Rich Tanksley, Mary Remmy Njoku, Susan Peters, Moyo Lawal, Yvonne Jegede, Ovire Peggy among others.
In Lagos; a melting pot of business, politics, power and love, the city that never sleeps, a playground for both rich and poor, a place where dreams become real and the delicate mix of the good, the bad and the ugly forms a tapestry of intrigue, secrets, deceit and romance for the Husbands Of Lagos.
You can watch and download series by subscribing with just N500 per month, N2000 for six months, and N3000 for a year plan (Nigeria).
For UK subscribers, you can watch the series with just £5 per month, £10.50 for three month, £18 for six month and £30 for a year plan.
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