Popular Nigerian actor and filmmaker Yomi Fabiyi paid tribute to Murphy Afolabi and Mohbad during his movie premiere in the USA.
Yomi Fabiyi premiered his movie titled “Ibi Omo” in Pittsburgh, USA.
On his Instagram page, the actor shared a clip from his movie premiere in the USA, where he paid tribute to the late Murphy Afolabi and Mohbad.
In the video he shared, photos of Murphy Afolabi and Mohbad were placed side by side to express how much the movie industry and entertainment world loved them.
Sharing the video, he wrote, “TRIBUTE TO MURPHY AFOLABI AND ILERIOLUWA MOHBAD at IBI OMO WORLD PREMIERE ongoing in Pittsburgh, PA, USA”
See his post below;
Actor Yomi Fabiyi called for a peaceful protest over Mohbad’s death, set date for October 1st.
Yomi Fabiyi has called for a peaceful protest over Mohbad’s death, setting the date for October 1st.
Yomi Fabiyi announced this on his Instagram page stating that he is going to commence a peaceful protest to demand justice for late Mohbad.
Making the announcement on his Instagram page, he revealed he was scheduled to travel but doesn’t mind postponing the date he was scheduled to travel in order to seek justice for Mohbad.
“My return is NOV 6th but I don’t mind paying to move the date forward. If nothing tangible is done, to thy tent oh Isreal. Injustice to one is injustice to all.
SAVE THE DATE ▪︎ October 1st #justiceformohbad #freedom #humanrights We have legitimate grounds to PEACEFULLY PROTEST. I will protest even if I means alone.”
In another post, he wrote, “PEACEFUL PROTEST IS HUMAN RIGHTS in Nigeria.
Even if it require you to protest alone, stand up and PEACEFULLY PROTEST THIS INJUSTICE to #mohbad OCT 1ST in mind. Remember to come with your tooth brush, medications, blanket incase we will protest on Oct 1st.
NOTE: If you physically attack anyone, and the person dies as a result of that injuries or assault months not later than six month(6), you can be charged for first degree murder.
Avoid domestic violence, don’t beat your partners. Be civil and law abiding. Learn to disagree with people without resorting to violence.
Choose peace and treat everyone with dignity and respect. – Yomi Fabiyi”.