No one is putting a gun to anyone's head to stop renting Naija movies. It is a request as you see PLEASE there. It is optional, so there really is nothing to debate beyond what has been posted so far. Sure, the industry should regulate itself. That will not happen for a while because the kind of regulation required to protect a NEW INDUSTRY like this is not developed in a vaccuum. It doesn't happen overnight. It has to happen with the help of the Government - and the Government is lost for what to do. That makes it difficult to force anyone to do it. As per illegality, the structures and business of buying one movie and duplicating it to MAKE MONEY FOR YOURSELF is totally illegal or all your music CDs and Hollywood movies would not be yelling DO NOT MAKE DUPLICATES OF THIS PRODUCT. It becomes even more heinous when you make the money and put it in your pocket. Get to know your law. If you are caught patronsing a pirate at the time he is being arrested, you will be arrested and charged along with him. That makes you an accessory. If you can't control your need to see Naija movies, continue handing your money over to pirates. The choice is yours. No gun to your head sis.