“Akorede Mi Owon, I Am Sorry, I Miss You So Much” – Yomi Fabiyi seek for his son forgivenes, one year after his second marriage crashed with wife, Grace

Nigerian actor Yomi Fabiyi has recently taken a heartfelt step towards reconciliation with his son, a year after the dissolution of his second marriage to Oreofe Grace Fabiyi.

In a touching video shared on his social media, Yomi Fabiyi can be seen holding and feeding his son as he extends a sincere apology.

This gesture reflects his desire for forgiveness and the mending of their father-son relationship. It’s a touching moment that highlights the importance of family bonds and personal growth.

He wrote, Akorede mi owon, I am sorry, I miss you so much. Daddy, will be back shortly, daddy gat to go keep up with the fans, supporters and friends, they are crucial ok. They all send their best wishes dude. We visiting them together next ok. And be ready to video me oooo.” Moreso, I gat good news for you Akorede Imole.

Famous9ja reported earlier that Yomi Fabiyi rejoiced as Lagos government receives his petition calling for the arrest of Comedian Princess over Baba Ijesha case.

Recalls that Yomi Fabiyi, through his human rights body, Break The Silence Foundation, filed a petition calling for the arrest and prosecution of Princess along with her “cohorts”.

In an open letter to the governor of Lagos State, Babajide Sanwo-Olu, Fabiyi noted that a few days after his colleague, Baba Ijesha, who is serving jail time for the rap3 of a minor, was set up and arrested, a test was conducted on the girl (victim) and the sem3n found in her prvate was definitely not for Baba Ijesha.

Fabiyi, who said that previous correspondence with the governor were not replied noted that Princess, the victim’s foster mother is accessory after the fact as she also has many cases to answer in this matter if the honest justice and procedure are allowed.

In a pre update, Yomi share a photo of the letter in sent to the Lagos government, with stamp showing the letter has been received.

Sharing the letter, he wrote” Isu atenu m’oro kin jona…..”