Actor and movie producer, Yomi Fabiyi has stated his newly released controversial movie, ‘Oko Iyabo’ is intended to correct child abuse, assault, human rights abuse and other vices.
Fabiyi spoke amid intense social media backlash against the movie, which is centred on the sexual assault charges against Popular Nollywood actor Baba Ijesha.
The controversial movie producer further stated he has appealed for the movie to be private or better still pulled down completely for peace sake as he urged people not to take negative conclusions about his person and enterprise.
Yomi Fabiyi made this known via his insta story on July 5, 2021.
He wrote: “I have asked that they pull or private the movie for sake of peace. The movie is however to correct CHILD ABUSE, ASSAULT, HUMAN RIGHTS ABUSE AND OTHER VICES and to state clearly I am not what they claim I am initially.
“Don’t rush on any negative narrative guys. I am human but will never down play the real issues that concerns children. It is just an expression and I respect polite and superior arguments or opinion. Thank you lovelies.”