The National Film and Video Censors Board NFVCB has returned to the cinemas, the movie ‘Sugar Rush”.
NFVCB announced the return of the movie on its Twitter handle some hours ago.
Last week, the censors board yanked off the movie from cinemas on grounds that the temporary approval for the movie had elapsed and that for it to continue showing in cinemas, it must receive its final approval.
The NFVCB boss, Thomas Adedayo, took the blame for failing to grant the final approval for the movie due to his busy schedule.
The film tells the story of three sisters who accidentally discover $800,000 (N288m) in the house of a corrupt man.
Adesua Etomi-Wellington, Bisola Aiyeola, Tobi Bakre and many others featured in the movie which was produced by Jade Osiberu.
See NFVCB’s tweet announcing its return below: