Kemi Adetiba is learning very fast.

Following Omoni Oboli's recent legal drama with her new movie, 'Okafor's Law', filmmaker, Kemi Adetiba is protecting herself from script writers.

 She has taken to her Twitter page to sound a loud warning to script writers sending her 'unsolicited scripts'.

'Pls stop sending me unsolicited scripts or film ideas. I delete as soon as I see title. It exposes us both,' the Wedding Party director tweeted.

Minutes later, she wrote on her Instagram page.

'I thoroughly understand the drive and hunger to break out, but you really shouldn’t send out finished scripts or film ideas without some written legal protection anyway'.

This comes days after a Lagos State Court ordered the seizure of Omono Oboli’s Okafor Law’s following the copyright infringement/trademark violation case filed by writer Jude Idada.

The judge said that he was well in the capacity to deliver judgement on the case within 48 hours and adjourned till  Thursday, March 30.

Omoni Oboli,  was alleged by Canada based Jude Idada of stealing the script for the film ‘Okafor’s Law’