The producers of 93 Days have responded to the allegations from some members of the Adadevoh family. Photo: My Daily News Watch
Following a recent revelation from family of the late Stella Adadevoh over the right to produce an Ebola movie, ’93 Days’ which supposedly tells her story, the producers of the upcoming movie have responded to the allegation levelled on them.
In a statement, the producers disclosed that despite the fact that members of the family consented to making their movie they in fact did not need approval from anyone because the movies isn’t a biopic of the late medical doctor.
The statement also hit at Ama Adadevoh, who wrote the initial release accusing the producers of not following due process. The producers reveal that they are aware that she and some other people within the Adadevoh family are involved in another movie project which is why she came for them.
‘We are aware that Dr Ama Adadevoh and certain elements within the family are involved in another film project on the Ebola story and are attempting to derail our film in the misguided belief that to do so would ensure the success of their film,’ part of the statement read.
‘It is plainly wrong for these people to try and monopolize the Ebola story exclusively for themselves by trying to prevent the making and release of a film that so many of the people concerned have supported and contributed to’, the statement continued.
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