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‘You just slapped mother of the molested child’ Tonto Dikeh slams Yomi Fabiyi over movie on Baba Ijesha’s sexual assault case titled ‘Oko Iyabo’

Tonto and Yomi Fabiyi

Nollywood actress Tonto Dikeh has slammed actor Yomi Fabiyi for making a movie about Baba Ijesha’s rape saga titled ‘Oko Iyabo’.

According to those who have seen the movie, Yomi Fabiyi changed the narrative of the rape case and made it look like the minor was having an affair with Baba Ijesha, who is now facing trial for child molestation and sexual abuse.

Reacting, Tonto Dikeh, in a post shared on her Instagram page, expressed her displeasure over the movie stating Yomi Fabiyi capitalized on the pain and Agony of a molested child and slapped the mother’s face.

Tonto Dikeh said she is ashamed to have identified with Yomi Fabiyi, adding that such an act is disgusting and a bully to the child molested.

She wrote: @realyomifabiyi Yomi I have intentionally stayed off your opinion in recent matters.. But what you have just done by capitalizing on the pain and Agony of a molested child and the slap in the mother’s face, I am ashamed i know you.. It’s a slap on all RAPE Victims(Dead or alive) Yomi, I expected better of you . my prayers for you is that you find men and women who will fight for your children if they see injustice but God forbid they ever see it..

I can’t tell a grown man what to do but I sincerely hope there is a part of the law that can handle this “BULLY..
I wldnt disrespect you nor will I hate you. I don’t feed you, so I add no Value but I will LOOK YOU IN YOUR DAMN EYES BALLS AND TELL YOU THE DAMN TRUTH YOUR WRONG.. WHAT YOU HAVE DONE IS DISGUSTING AND ITS CALLED BULLYING..

You have displayed bitterness and anger..
This has nothing to do with your support for an accused rapist..
This is your heart coming out to dance

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Yomi Fabiyi’s new movie on Baba Ijesha ‘Oko Iyabo’ upsets Nigerians

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Nollywood actor Yomi Fabiyi has released a new movie “Oko Iyabo” which chronicles the Baba Ijesha rape scandal and the one hour, fifteen minutes movie has sparked fury from not man Nigerians and celebrities as well.

Kemi Filani recalls that Baba Ijesha was arrested by the police in April for alleged sexual assault of the 14-year-old foster daughter of comedienne, Princess.

Fabiyi, had organised a protest against the detention of Baba Ijesha and expressed readiness to stand as his surety.

The movie is produced by the actor, Fabiyi and also directed by Dele Matti.

Last month, Fabiyi had tweeted “The Movie “OKO IYABO” location loading. A lovely...


What will happen if the truth about Nnamdi Kanu’s arrest comes out – Soyinka

Wole Soyinka and Buhari

Nobel laureate, Wole Soyinka, has claimed there will be a “huge squawk” if the truth about the re-arrest of Nnamdi Kanu, the leader of the Indigenous People of Biafra, IPOB, becomes known.

Soyinka stated this during an interview with BBC Pidgin.

He said, “It’s not for me to tell the president to prepare itself because it’s going to be a huge squawk when the truth about how Kanu was arrested comes out. People are alleging this or that. That is one phase whether Nigeria has acted outside international law.

“The second issue, however, has to do with Kanu’s conduct outside the nation. There’s been a level of hate rhetoric which has been unfortunate, from Kanu. Hate rhetoric is an issue that can only be judged by the laws of...


Lagos Assembly bans parading of suspects by police, others

The Lagos House of Assembly has passed an amended version of the Criminal Justice Law of the state.

This bars the police from parading suspects before the media.

The bill was passed on Monday, at a sitting presided over by the Deputy Speaker, Wasiu Eshilokun-Sanni, on behalf of the Speaker, Mudashiru Obasa.

"As from the commencement of this law, the police shall refrain from parading any suspect before the media," Section 9(A) of the newly passed bill states.

The bill further stipulates conditions under which a policeman can arrest without warrant.

Such a person must be reasonably suspected to unlawfully be in possession of firearms or other such dangerous instruments.


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