- Invokes thunder to strike offenders
Popular Nollywood actress and producer, Shan George has decided to take the law into her own hands as she says she has protected her new movie, “One Good Man”, currently undergoing production, with her village juju.
She says this latest move has become necessary as the federal government and other relevant authorities have refused to commit to the war against intellectual property theft.
Making the shocking revelation on her facebook wall, the otherwise jovial actress warns that thunder would strike anyone who attempts to pirate the movie.
“As usual. I’m suffering day and night, burning the mid night oil, spending the little money in my pocket to make sure I do a good job while pirates are busy chilling and doing nothing. So, since the Federal Government have refused to do something about piracy of our movies in Nigeria, I’ve decided to use my village juju to protect this my new film, ‘One Good Man’, Nollywood, police, fire brigade, Army, EFCC, SSS, Air force, Lawyers and all those concerned, pls bear me witness o!’‘When my village juju and thunder begins to fire pirates left, right and center, don’t blame me o!. Filming will commence on the 14th July, 2015 in Calabar. I rest my case,” she posted.
The movie which is currently being filmed in various locations in and around Calabar the Cross River State capital, stars Femi Branch, Lilian Bach, Vivian Metchie, Eric Anderson, Bukki Wright, Ibok Ekpenyong, Lepacious Bose, including Shan George herself, amongst others.
Casting for the movie ended on July 8, while filming commenced on July 14.
“One Good Man” was produced by Shan George’s own Shandel Productions, producers of multiple award winning movie, “Finding Goodluck”, still trending online.
It would be recalled that the actress’ son, Jaga, emerged the Best Nigerian International Rap Artiste of the Year at the TOPNAIJA Music Awards which held in Lagos on May 17 this year.