- Veteran Nollywood stars have hit the popular Radisson Blu hotel at Ikeja GRA for a peaceful protest against the organisation
- The protest was instigated by the Audio-visual Rights Society (AVRS) alongside movie directors and producers
- The AVRS made it known that Radisson Blu refused to pay for use of their intellectual properties in their various locations
Veteran Nollywood stars like Fred Amata, Yemi Solade, Jede Kosoko and others have staged a non-violent protest at the Radisson Blu hotel, Ikeja.
The protest was initiated by the Audio-visual Rights Society (AVRS). Movie stars like Yinka Akanbi, Grace Amah, Ejike Asiegbu and Sunny McDon as well as movie producers and directors were in attendance.
The AVRS boss, Alli-Balogun accused the hospitality outfit of refusing to pay for use of their intelligent properties in their different locations across the country.
He further made it known that negotiations with the management of the hospitality company have not yielded any meaningful result hence the need for a peaceful protest against them.
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Alli-Balogun also alleged the Radisson Blu owes the copyright collective society to the tune of N50 million.
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Nigerians went all out to condemn his acts and bashed him for supporting such a gross act against a child.