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Bukunmi Oluwasina, an actress, has turned to social media to plead for the Yoruba film business, which is meant to lead by example but instead causes uncertainty.
This occurred after Yomi Fabiyi’s provocative film ‘Oko Iyabo’ took people off guard.
Many celebrities, like Bolanle Ninalowo and Mercy Aigbe, questioned his bravery in enacting the rape case involving Baba Ijesha and utilising the genuine identities of those involved.
According to Bukunmi, the moviemakers who are meant to teach and repair society’s issues need to be healed and taught.
Speaking further, she mentioned that they, as moviemakers, who are supposed to preach against vices are also found wanting and need to be preached to for a change.