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“I Suffered instant Panic Attacks”- Toyin Abraham Cries Out As Police Arrest 5 People For Pirating Her Movie Malaika

Nollywood actress Toyin Abraham Ajeyemi has firmly stood against piracy by apprehending five individuals who were attempting to sell her movie, “Malaika,” currently showing in cinemas nationwide.

In a press conference, the mother of one disclosed that she received information about the widespread piracy activity. She mentioned a link she received containing her movie and another one, widely believed to be “A Tribe Called Judah.”

Leakage of “A Tribe Called Judah” has been reported since the second week of its release in cinemas.

Speaking on the link sent to her, Toyin Abraham disclosed that she nearly went mad because she doesn’t over five hundred million naira on the movie project. She went on to speak about her frequent hospital visits and panic attack.

About the actions taken to curb the spread of the malicious link, the actress disclosed that the links were destroyed and 5 suspects have been arrested regarding the issue.

“This is not a fight for myself or anything. It is for the creative and entertainment industry.

I took it upon myself to fight this fight against piracy. I am a victim. I am not okay. I am coming from the hospital. I had panic attack, shooting a movie for over 500 million naira. I saw my movie and another movie. I wanted to run mad when I saw Malaika,” Toyin Abraham’s part speech.

Recall that Funke Akindele set a record for the Nigeria film industry as the first ever Nollywood film to enter a billion naira even in a short period of time.

Funke Akindele made a whooping one billion, sixty million, seven hundred and eleven thousand, four hundred and ninety one.

Funke Akindele’s movies, A Tribe Called Judah, Battle On Buka Street and Omo Ghetto The Saga are respectively the highest grossing Nollywood film of all time.