Gbenga Adewusi responds to critics, say the movie “Canada To Grave” is not for monetization, but online purpose

Gbenga Adewusi the CEO of Bayowa films limited has responded to the allegations that he was trying to monetize the sad death of Nollywood actress Moji Olaiya.

Bayowa who was one time one of the most prominent marketers and promoters in the Nigeria movie scene has released something that looked like the DVD cover of a movie.

The graphics which has gone viral has caused a bit of outrage and anger as everyone who felt the death of Moji Olaiya deserves more than monetization threw insults at Gbenga Adewusi for that title and cover.

In response to the insults and allegations, Gbenga Adewusi also known as Bayowa films says that the video was not for sale and he had no thoughts of monetizing a death as sad as Moji Olaiya’s.

According to Bayowa, it was mainly for their digital site and not for sale.

Despite his response, fans still feel that the title “Canada to Grave” was a bit insensitive.

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