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A graphics designer, Louisa Ejenavbo, has accused the director of ‘Living in Bondage’, Ramsey Nouah, of not paying her for her designs used in the movie.

Ejenavbo took to her Twitter handle to narrate how she was contracted to work on production designs from cult symbols to company logos and others from an intermediary who was later sacked.


She wrote: “Almost 2 years after Living in Bondage (Breaking Free is out and guess what, they used my designs in the movie. My blood and sweat, my sleepless nights and broken backs after claiming they were not good enough. Worse of, I wasn’t credited, I wasn’t paid. I wasn’t even compensated.”

In a swift reaction, Ramsey Nouah has since explained that it was a misunderstanding and Ejenavbo has also stated that she has received what was due to her.

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