YOMI FABIYI DEBUTS FILM BASED ON BABA IJESHA’S SEXUAL ASSAULT CASe
The film titled ‘Oko Iyabo’ portrays Princess’s underage foster daughter as Baba Ijesha’s lover.
Controversial Nollywood actor, Yomi Fabiyi has debuted a new feature based on the ongoing sexual assault case involving colleague Baba Ijesha and comedian Princess.
In the film titled ‘Oko Iyabo’, Fabiyi depicts Baba Ijesha as a victim of a set up orchestrated by Princess. The characters in the film take on the names of the individuals involved in the case including actress, Iyabo Ojo whom the story seemingly centers around.
YOMI FABIYI REMAINs SYMPATHETIC TOWARDS BABA IJESHA
Nollywood actor believes there are special forces out to make Baba Ijesha remain in prison, has he continues to hammer on alleged child molester Baba ijesha’s innocence.
Baba Ijesha was denied bail and remained in detention following the child molestation allegation levelled against him on Wednesday, June 16,2021.
In his latest statement to clear the name of the disgraced actor, he said there is no concrete evidence against Baba Ijesha because according to him, the victim insists that at no time did the actor defile her.
“Baba Ijesha never had sex with her at any time. Baba Ijesha never applied any force that may exhibit any intention to rape”, he wrote.
“Yet they want a past seven years purported event based on oral evidence with no single authentic proof added to the charges which will enable a HIGH COURT have jurisdiction to work on the case. Bail is not guilty or innocent verdict”.
He also at one allegedly point that the Foster mother of the molested child COMEDIAN PRINCESS and ACTRESS IYABO OJO plan to kill Baba Ijesha, if he is granted bail.
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