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The good, the bad of workplace relationship highlighted in ‘The Arbitration’

Members of the cast and crew of The Arbitration at the media screening of the movie recently.

Members of the cast and crew of The Arbitration at the media screening of the movie recently.

There have been debates on the appropriateness of workplace romantic relationships. According to a 2005 study, workplace relationships can impact a worker’s ability to stay focused and succeed.

This is the subject of a new movie, The Arbitration by Inkblot Productions.

The Arbitration tells the story of a work place affair between two geniuses- Gbenga Sanni (OC Ukeje) Founder of Iwaju Limited and Dara Olujobi his right hand woman- who successfully built a billion naira technology business.

However, when the relationship ends, Dara reports Gbenga to the police for rape. After the police refused to prosecute, she is left with one option – to seek justice through arbitration.

“The Arbitration was a joy to make. We had a great time figuring out the different characters and the roles they played,”Niyi Akinmolayan who directed The Arbitration says at a media screening held in Lagos, Nigeria this week.

“Working with professionals of this caliber makes my job easy. I’m pleased to see it all come together,”

The movie features an all-star cast including OC Ukeje, Adesua Etomi, Iretiola Doyle, Sola Fosudo, Somkele Iyamah, Beverly Naya, Gregory Ojefua and Lota Chukwu.

Directed by Niyi Akinmolayan, The Arbitration features Adesua Etomi, OC Ukeje, Beverly Naya, Somkele Iyamah, Gregory Ojefua and Industry Veterans Iretiola Doyle and Sola Fosudo.

The Arbitration was written by Chinaza Onuzo and produced by Chinaza Onuzo, Omotayo Adeola and Zulu Oyibo.

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