The princess unveils a new comedy

Princess actress.

Nov. 21 (THEWILL) – Actress Oluwadamilola Adekoya, also known as the Princess, has regained her vitality after surviving a painful divorce and a recent traumatic experience involving a colleague, Olanrewaju Omiyinka, aka Baba Ijesha, who allegedly assaulted sexually his adopted child.

The actress organized on Sunday November 14, 2021 a comedy show tagged Princess Live on Stage and on the theme Nothing but the truth at the MUSON Center in Onikan, Lagos. The event, sponsored by Minime Nigeria, brought together fans and friends, including Kofi Nuel, Josh Alfred, better known as Josh2funny; Iledare Oluwajuwonlo, also known as Jaywon; Olanrewaju Ogunmefun, professionally known as Vector da Piper and many more.

Prior to the event, Princess had used her social media to call friends and colleagues who had refused to publicize the show despite having contacted them. According to the actress, some of them had promised to give her their support so as not to disappoint at the last minute. People like Babatunde Adewale, also known as Tee A, Gbenga Adeyinka, Atunyota Alleluya Akpobome, also known as Ali Baba, Bayegun Oluwatoyin, also known as Arole and Onyebuchi Ojieh, otherwise known as Buchi’s name were among those she accused of having disappointed her.

The show took place a few months after the start of the princess’ legal battle against Baba Ijesha. The actress had installed a closed circuit television in her house and she captured the actor sexually assaulting his adopted child. She reported the matter to the police, which led to her arrest.

Baba Ijesha was indicted in the Lagos State Special Criminal Court in Ikeja on six counts of indecent treatment of a child, sexual assault, attempted sexual assault by penetration and sexual assault by penetration. The case has sparked a lot of discussion online, especially among Yoruba-speaking Nollywood actors. While some condemned the act, others sided with Baba Ijesha. During the trial, forensic expert Ms Anike Ajayi-Kayode, executive director of the Cece Yara Foundation, informed the court that Baba Ijesha engaged her victim in sexual activity twice when she was seven years old. . She recounted how Baba Ijesha inserted a key into her victim’s private part and told him not to tell anyone. She added that the attributes presented by Baba Ijesha were the dynamics of child sex offenders and the perpetrators’ modus operandi which involves secrecy, intimidation, threat and coercion. The case is still ongoing.

Javier E. Swan