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Yomi Fabiyi Leaks Last Whatapp Chat With Aisha Abimbola, Urges Ailing Actors To Speak Up

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Nollywood actor Yomi Fabiyi who is currently in Texas has leaked the content of his last Whatapp chat with late actress Aisha Abimbola who died in Canada few days ago.

See the chat below and Fabiyi’s tribute to the late actress

Aunty Aishaaaaaaa  You wanted to talk to me. And again when I said we see in April in Yankee, you said hahahaha.
I truly care and you sure know I will take your concerns as mine immediately. I did not push further NOT cos I don’t care BUT I was PRE-OCCUPIED about burying my mum then, DEEPLY SORRY.

You know on a good day I will set aside my own burden and want yours sorted or given attention. Sad, I am in that Yankee and you are gone. Guess you knew we won’t see . I hate seeing any colleague sick or die. We should live very old.

Please and please, I see all film makers as one. My closeness to one doesn’t make the other non family. Please speak up always. MoJ did the same and it will hurt forever. You all see why I don’t hide my pain.

However, thanks to you aunty Lola @lola_alao for standing-in. You have always sacrifice for loads of us anyways. E ni fi iru e gba. On behalf of myself, I say thank you to you and our fans at the burial. Appreciate you senior woman.

I miss you aunty Aisha. We fought side by side for years, you never snitch me, in meetings you remained my no 1 fan, you didnt really shift except when I resigned without telling you, I since forgave that. You may be gone but you still part of my team forever.

I care and enjoy your new home. Look down on your children. Take care of mum if you see her. I love and miss her. Kisses and hugs. . Until we see again



  1. Jojo

    May 24, 2018 at 5:21 AM

    @ Yomi Fabiyi, if I may ask. What difference would it have made if she had told you she was sick and about to die? You succeeded in saying rubbish in my opinion, please you guys should learn to mind your own bussiness and let this woman rest in peace.

  2. fifelomo

    May 24, 2018 at 5:29 AM

    Rip dear Aisha

  3. Anike

    May 24, 2018 at 7:39 AM

    Nigerians and Africans are not open when it comes to things like cancer and you can’t blame them, because when you open up that you have cancer, instead of giving you the support needed, what you get most times is negativism, by the time you realise what you is happening, people start gossiping about you and you don’t need that when you are battling with cancer; she must have opened up to close friends and family. Aisha rest in peace. May God take care of the children you left behind.

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